Enrollment in nonprofit Jewish summer camps in North America is steadily increasing – and there are more innovative Jewish camping experiences than ever before, according to the recently released strategic plan of The Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC).
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Driven by that conviction, today’s camp directors go to great lengths to prove that Jewish camp can compete with a plethora of other options. From marketing to fundraising, they’re developing a “for-profit mentality” in hopes of staying both cutting-edge and affordable.
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