Limited availability: Scholarships available for Mesivta-age Bachurim not yet registered in camp

New scholarships are available for Mesivta-age Bochurim who are not yet registered in camp for the Summer.

Please email [email protected] for details.

The scholarships were made available L’ilui Nishmas Moshe Yonah ben Pinchas Zev Zatzal.

Limited availability.

UPDATE: Some readers inquired about donating to this fund. You may do so by contacting the founder at the email address above.

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  1. It’s a beautiful thing to have a camp scholarship for children of rabeim and avreichim who can’t afford to send their child to camp. Let’s just remember though that there are children of working parents who also can’t afford to send their children to camp. Just because someone is working doesn’t mean that they are well off.

  2. I agree with #1.

    What about the fine working people that are struggling to make ends meet and have to send their kids to camp.

    Camp is important- very important – especially for teenagers.

  3. I was just about to say the same thing as”To think about it.” Many working families also struggle to pay even the regular bills, let alone pay for camp. When I saw this headline I was thrilled. Then I saw it’s not available for me. Happy for those that it does help though.

  4. The Reality is to my knowledge most Pre Pesach and Pre Sukkos campaigns are to help Kollel Avreichim and Rebbeim who definitely need the extra help and many discounts in camps are given to them as well.As one who is involved in a Gemach for many years i can vouch for the many,many poor hard working “middle class” families who suffer financially and live very simply but don’t get the kupat Yom Tov or the camp discounts and are not eligible for Govt. Programs etc… I don’t have the answer but the time has come for “Adopt a Bal Habayis”.

  5. I agree with those that posted about assistance for the working family. However, I think that they should get together and go out there and raise the money and start such a fund.
    I personally had the same feelings about weddings and have gone knocking on doors to help some of my working middle-class friends so they can marry off their children with dignity.
    I personally can’t afford camp so I have my children work instead, but if you think it is important then don’t just complain get out there and do something to change it!

  6. Shevet Levi is correct. Every shul Rav should be involved as to who is eligible. Everyone has a shul member or a neighbor that is struggling quietly!!! Trust me.

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