Summer Camp at the JCC: Our Approach
Every day at Camp JCC is packed full of activities, friendship, ruach (spirit) and adventure. While our campers rave that Camp JCC is “the best place ever” we know that spending a summer at Camp JCC provides opportunities to gain valuable skills. When campers earn their deep water bracelets, we know they are improving their swim skills while also increasing their self-esteem and confidence. When they try to cross the zip line for the first time, we know they are learning to take risks and make decisions for themselves.
Camp JCC provides programs that bring out the best in every camper and grow their abilities that they will use for the rest of their lives.
Camp JCC to Receive Books from PJ Library to Reinforce Importance of Jewish Literacy
Phil Liebson, Camp JCC director, has announced that this summer, the camp will receive 25 books from PJ Library, a program within the Harold Grinspoon Foundation (HGF). The JCCGW is one of more than 65 JCC camps to receive these books, geared toward campers 4-8 years old. This new partnership between HGF and Jewish Community Centers Association (JCCA) reinforces the importance of Jewish literacy at a young age through day camp programs. Read more.
Camp JCC offers the opportunity for campers to gain valuable skills. Take a look inside to see the ways in which your child will grow this summer.
All Are Welcome
The JCCGW embraces and welcomes the diversity of our community and encourages everyone to seek meaning and fulfillment by participating in our rich programming inspired by our Jewish heritage.
We open our doors to everyone, including people of all backgrounds, religions, abilities and sexual orientations, and interfaith couples and families.
Inclusion permeates our Center. Inclusion is belonging.