Grants of Up To $500 for First-Time Jewish Overnight Campers
Campership Grants is an incentive program that provides grants of up to a maximum of $500 to families with children attending a nonprofit, Jewish overnight camp for the first time. This is a program of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford. There are over 150 camps for Jewish kids of all ages, from traditional overnight camps to specialty camps for sports and the arts.
Campership Grants are available to all qualifying students - both those who attend Jewish day school and those who do not.
In order to be eligible for this grant, a child must be:
Funds are limited and are awarded on a first come, first served basis.
Please contact Deb Howson for more information or to apply for your camp grant.
At overnight camp, kids get the chance to explore who they are—and who they want to become—in an active, inspiring, and fun-filled environment. Jewish camp is more than just camp with Jewish kids. At Jewish camp, ruach, or spirit, is part of every activity, from dancing to hitting a home run. Campers explore their connection to Judaism in meaningful ways while having the summer of their lives. Jewish camp is more than just overnight camp; it is camp with a soul.