YOU CAN MAKE RAMAH AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE!
As this year’s Ramah L’Kulam co-chairs, we have reflected on our tremendous gratitude to Camp Ramah in New England. Camp is like a family and a second home to our three children: Ethan, an alumnus, and Shira and Zoe, who will return again as campers in 2020. The Ramah community that has embraced them and strengthened their Jewish identities is enriched by Ramah L’Kulam, the campaign that ensures that Ramah is Available to Everyone, including campers who depend on scholarships or the Tikvah Program, in both Palmer and Greater Washington.
We are grateful that our children are cared for and cherished by Ramah’s gifted and dedicated staff.
We are grateful that our children are embraced for who they are and prompted to explore their place in today’s Jewish world.
We are grateful that they leave their phones behind and instead look their friends in the eyes, work through disagreements and forge new bonds.
And we are grateful that we get to share in the joy that Ramah brings them – as they spontaneously break out into “camp song dance parties” at home and eagerly countdown to each new summer.
For these reasons, and probably many more that are personal to you, we ask that you join us in making a gift to ensure that Ramah is available to EVERYONE:
- Ramah is available to EVERYONE only when 300 campers can receive the $600,000 in scholarships that they need.
- Ramah is available to EVERYONE only when 100 campers with disabilities can depend on the firm support of the exemplary Tikvah Program.
We would be grateful if you would consider making a gift to Camp Ramah. With your help, Camp Ramah can continue to be available for EVERYONE. Todah!
Gayle and Steve Neufeld
2020 Ramah L’Kulam Co-chairs
P.S. Donors of $1,800 or more will become Ahava Society members. Click here to view our 2019 Ahava Society.
If you would prefer to give by mail, please send your check to: 1206 Boston Providence Highway, Suite 201, Norwood, MA 02062. If you would like to make a recurring monthly gift or for other information, call Mindy Goldstein at 781.702.5290 x109.