The future is bright! Don’t miss out on the best summer ever!! Camp B’nai Ruach registration is open! See below for our tentative calendar of events, brochure and registration form.
Back together again! Camp B’nai Ruach is gearing up to be a fantastic summer. We have planned the great events of year’s past such beach trips and a dip in the pool each week as well as new experiences at Boomers, the OC Fair, a trampoline park, rock climbing, color wars and so much more. All activities throughout the camp month will follow Covid-19 guidelines as well as the CDC recommendations.
Camp B’nai Ruach offers a wide array of programming allowing campers, including those with special needs, to participate in their favorite activities and introduce them to new programs. We strive to ensure that all programming; from art, to sports, to field trips, to water play, to Ruach (spirit), to Jewish learning, and more meets the child’s age and developmental level. To reach this goal, we offer four groups based on school grades: TK/K-2, 3-4, 5-6, and CIT (7-9).
Our weekly sessions are filled from Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm, with a variety of activities that will leave your child begging for more. Extended hours are also offered from 7:30-9:00am and/or 4-6pm.
For questions, please contact Camp Director Sheri Galante at email@example.com.
If you would like to work as a camp counselor please click here to fill out an application.
The Jewish Federation has relaunched its Passport to Jewish Life program and will be providing grants for Jewish summer camp to Jewish children entering grades 3-12 in September 2021. We are so delighted to be able to offer these grants to kids after what has been an incredibly challenging 13 months. Applications are open and can be found on our website along with more information about the program: Click here to apply.
To apply for a CBI camp scholarship please click here. Please return the form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Help us provide scholarships to help more campers join us – click here to donate to the Rosalie Wattenberg Camp Fund.