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Summer Camp 2009 for the children of Sderot


Donated $50,917
As of August 10, 2009
We are
$-917
away from the goal of $50,000
Donate for Summer Camp 2009

RJCF's Summer Camp for 50 Children of Sderot will take place this summer near Jerusalem!



Our previous camps for children of Sderot were very successful. Not only children were taken away for a brief respite from Kassam fire, they took part in nature trips, math and English clubs, and learned about Chanukah and Jewish traditions.


Thanks to all who donated towards this great cause in the past!
We need you help again.


Make your donation!

Summer Camps for Children of Sderot organized and sponsored by the Russian Jewish community became a tradition. This year, once again, 50 children from Sderot will go to a camp in Israel away from Kassams. They will be doing hiking, learning, swimming, and striking new friendships. As always, counselors from our community will travel to Israel to work with children, to support our people, and our land.


* Professor Anna Geifman, world renowned expert on terrorism, called Sderot an example of post-modern terrorism, where the enemy is creating a dead zone, a de facto prisoner camp. In Professor Geifman's opinion our help to Sderot is a very effective weapon against terrorism -- where there is no life, we create life, where children are condemned to isolation, we create a community, where each man is for himself, we bring love, support, and friendship.


Please, let's do our share and contribute to the Summer camp for Children of Sderot (this year it will take place in the vicinity of Jerusalem).


$500 will pay for ONE CHILD'S STAY IN A CAMP FOR ONE WEEK
$1,000 will pay for ONE CHILD'S STAY IN A CAMP FOR TWO WEEKS

(Please do not get discouraged by big numbers, ALL and ANY donations are greatly appreciated)

Let's respond generously, the way we always do.

Click here to find how to make a donation online or by mail.

The RJCF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.




  Please watch the short video on the left. It shows what  these children (see the photo below) have to deal with on a daily basis.