In the City Camps was featured in the July-August 2019 issue of The Jewish Georgian! Read the article here (page 17).
Our article in eJewishPhilanthropy outlines the realities of today’s modern Jewish family and the need to invest in high-quality, intentional Jewish day camps that expand the reach of the Jewish overnight camp model we know works.
Jewish day camp can be an especially good fit for interfaith families. The Foundation for Jewish Camp and InterfaithFamily coauthored an article outlining the unique qualities that attract interfaith families and included a quote from an In the City Camp family! Many Jewish day camps offer short (one or two weeks) and flexible (all different […]
After visiting In the City Camp this summer, The Jewish Georgian wrote a great article about camp’s mission and how we bring it to life each summer.
Our annual hike to the top of Stone Mountain is more than just a field trip; it’s a tradition that is deeply connected to the Jewish values and 21st century skills we strive to instill in our campers.
In the City Camp parent Shana Reh, mom of Jacki (9) and Sam (5), tells the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta how In the City Camp has impacted her family. We are kvelling.
No matter where In the City Camp holds camp, 3 key factors keep families coming back year after year.
Day or overnight, traditional or specialty, religious or culturally Jewish… With so many options available, selecting the Jewish camp that’s right for your child may seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be.
In the City Camp founder, Eileen Price, has created a list of questions you can use to narrow the options.
The January 23, 2015 issue of The Atlanta Jewish Times highlights our activities, camp spirit, approach to Judaism, overnight-camp feel, and plans for the future!
Check it out here: In the City Camp Reaches out in Year 4
The June issue of Atlanta INtown features (on the cover!) In the City Camp and Jewish Kids Groups in an article about the growth of the intown Atlanta Jewish population. Only one correction to note – Camp now has almost 300 campers registered!
Check it out here:
Intown Jewish youth programs thrive as families return to city