The waterslides are gone, the arts and crafts are put away, and our campers and staff are back at school. All I can do is smile at everything that happened this summer, from opening a brand-new location in Decatur to seeing our tweens help repair the world to watching campers stand up and perform confidently during our weekly talent shows. This is genuinely everything (and more!) that I dreamed of when opening In the City Camps 11 years ago. I want to thank every staff member, parent, camper, and The Weber School for another EXCEPTIONAL summer.
Eileen Snow Price
CEO/Founder, In the City Camp.
The Jewish Future is Bright
At In the City Camps, we believe that inspiring Jewish children and tweens through age-appropriate programs and local social justice volunteer opportunities connects them to their Jewish heritage and grow into caring, compassionate young adults. We, the Atlanta Jewish community, have the capacity – and responsibility – to raise a spirited generation of doers to repair our world. Read more about how we will help motivate and ignite passion over the next year.
In honor of Rosh Hashana, please join ITC and Amishai Weismark, Weber School student, on September 18th at 3 PM on Instagram Live as he gives us a tour of his very own bee hives and the honey they produce!
We can’t let financial barriers prevent kids from experiencing the magic of Jewish summer day camp! Over the upcoming year, ITC hopes you will help provide a scholarship for Jewish children who might otherwise not have the opportunity to attend. Donate Today and help make a difference!