The ITC community believes confidence ignites motivation and action sparks change.

At In the City Camps, we believe the Atlanta Jewish community is raising a passionate generation of doers. And with the right tools, age-appropriate programming, and encouragement, these children will feel ignited to take on the work of repairing the world through social action….while having fun and making friends along the way!
We’re so excited for the future and growth of ITC.  The best is yet to come!


Throughout 2022/2023, ITC will continue our focus on Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) and the light it brings to others around us through volunteer opportunities, both in-person and online. Our youth needs guidance to see how they can make a difference through their actions. We pledge to supply tools and options to inspire our younger generation to take action and bring positive changes to our world. 


Each week during our ITC Summer 2022 season, our Tween Academy campers experienced first-hand the different ways they can ignite change throughout our community. From assembling Hello Fresh meal kits for neighbors in need to packing backpacks with Solidarity Sandy Springs, they left each experience feeling empowered and excited to help change the world! 
Meanwhile, back onsite at camp, our younger campers had the opportunity to experience the power of giving closer to home.  They had a blast working together while creating two gorgeous banners celebrating Tikkun Olam.  It is so beautiful that it remains on The Weber School’s walls for all to see!

“In the City is one of my favorite camps! It is so fun to hang out with friends and make super cool art.

That staff is very helpful and fun to be with. It’s a great Jewish community to be in.”

Sydney Kramer (Tween Art Academy Camper)

Let’s keep in touch!


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    (404) 698-1134

    Mailling Adress:

    2897 N. Druid Hills Rd. #344 – Atlanta, GA 30329 
    EIN: 47-2246068

      In the City Camps is not a licensed childcare facility and is not required to be licensed by the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning, as the program is exempt from state licensure requirements. ©2021 In The City Camps – All rights reserved | By @kkicreative