Turning Sadness About No Camp Into Giving Back: One Tikvah Entrepreneur’s T-Shirt Venture
An uplifting article by Howard Blas, Director of the National Ramah Tikvah Network, published on May 24th, 2020.
Click here to see the full article: https://howardblas.com/2020/05/24/turning-sadness-about-no-camp-into-giving-back-one-tikvah-entrepreneurs-t-shirt-venture/
Uriel Levitt was devastated. Late last week, he received the news there will be no camp this summer. Uriel, 24, a Silver Spring, Maryland resident is a longtime participant in the Tikvah camping and vocational education program at Camp Ramah in New England. The Ramah camping movement has been including people with disabilities in its camps since 1970.
Uriel is artistic. He and his parents quickly came up with an idea. “Uriel and we decided that this would be an amazing opportunity to give back to Ramah and the three other organizations that have been providing him with activities and a sense of community during this difficult and isolating time.” Uriel sat in his room and designed an inspiring t-shirt and will be donating 50% of the profits from the sales to these four organizations.
On the first evening after the order form went “live,” Uriel received orders for more than 20 t-shirts– half chose Camp Ramah New England as the place they would like their donation to go. The Levitts add, “We know it will be a small dent in Ramah’s “Need Bucket” but it will be delivered with infinite love and gratitude for everything that Ramah has given to Uriel and by extension the Levitts over the years.” Please support Uriel’s efforts, and his kind support of organizations making a difference. Order t-shirts here: https://tinyurl.com/EarthStrongTshirtForm
For Howard’s full article please click here!