Etz Hayim Legacy Society

You can commit to the long-term strength of Camp Ramah in New England by including camp in your estate plan – and becoming a member of our Etz Hayim Legacy Society. Your bequest or planned gift will become part of our endowment and will help keep Camp Ramah vibrant and strong for generations to come.

Your legacy commitment will help ensure that Camp Ramah in New England continues to:

  • Provide scholarships to campers who could not attend Camp Ramah without them
  • Deliver excellent and innovative education and programs
  • Provide industry-leading special needs and inclusion programs, continuing the 40-year success of the Tikvah program
  • Train staff members and older campers to be the future leaders of the Jewish community
  • Maintain and improve our facilities

Everyone can become a philanthropist, and a life-long supporter of Camp Ramah in New England. To learn more, please contact Rhonda Parker, Director of Development and Capital Campaign, at (781) 702-5290 x103 or via email.

“Camp Ramah has been a source of happy Jewish memories, associations and values for three generations of our family. It’s imperative that Ramah be enabled to continue its impact on future Jewish youth. Our gifts help to ensure this legacy, this continuity of family values. A Legacy gift is one of the easiest ones to make.”

– Adina Mendelson

“Ramah changed the direction of our lives as individuals, as a couple and as a family. We want to ensure that we provide for the future of Ramah, just as we have provided for our own family.”

– Arlene and Sanford Remz

Etz Hayim Legacy Society Members (as of March 2016)

Nancy Kriegel and Andrew Butler
Deborah and Rabbi Bruce Bromberg Seltzer
Shulamith Reich Elster
Karen and David Farbman
Robert A. Friedlander
Tamar and Rabbi Ed Gelb
Jody and Rob Gelfand
Marcia and Scott Glickman
Elissa and Saul Goldfarb
Lillian and Richard Gray
Carolyn J. Greene
Judy and Rabbi Gary Greene
Anne Tanhoff Greenspoon and Rabbi David Greenspoon
Harold Grinspoon
Linda and Dov Hyman
Nadine Evans and Rafi Kieval
Gerald Kobell
Shari and Harold Levy

Marci Galinkin and Stephen Levy
Fran Robins Liben and Rabbi Daniel Liben
Lisa Rosenfeld and Alan Lobovits
Adina and Sander Mendelson
Andrea and Noam Neusner
Michael Ostroff and Esther Rosenberg
Sheila and Rabbi Michael Panitz
Rhonda Parker and Steven Binney
George Posener z”l
Elizabeth and Robert Pressman
Sharon and Daniel Prober
Arlene and Sanford Remz
Judy and Reuven Rohn
Susan and Stuart Salzberg
Eileen and Stephen Samuels
Erica and Jerry Silverman
Linda and Bruce Stanger
Carolyn and Jeffrey Weiser
Deborah A. and Wallace Zuckerman