ITCC inspires Jewish camp industry to think differently

In the City Camp’s full-time staff attended the 2018 Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Leaders Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. The conference brought together 700 Jewish camp professionals and lay leaders of non-profit camps from across North America.

In addition to networking and learning, In the City Camp’s leadership presented a session about the innovative camp model we have created and CEO Eileen Price told our story in front of all 700 conference attendees.

The speech (Video coming soon. Read the full transcript here.) was a call to action for the Jewish camp industry and Jewish philanthropists to acknowledge the realities of the modern Jewish family and invest in high-quality, intentional Jewish day camps like ours that expand the reach of the Jewish overnight camp model we know works.

Thank you to our campers, staff, families, and donors for the support you have shown our new camp model since camp began in 2012. The Jewish future looks bright!

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