Grants for Russian Speaking Jewish Campers
RSJ Camper grants are part of a new incentive program for first or second time campers from families with at least one parent (or the camper themselves) born in former Soviet countries. To get started, browse the list of participating camps below to find the perfect camp for your camper. To apply for the grant, simply contact the camp of your choice and let them know you are interested.
At least one parent or the camper themselves must have been born in a former country of the Soviet Union: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, or Uzbekistan, and consider Judaism part of their identity.
Each qualified camper, both 1st and 2nd year, will be eligible to receive a $750 need-blind grant. This grant may also be used in addition to One Happy Camper® and other grants for additional savings.
Berkshire Hills Eisenberg Camp
Camps Airy and Louise
Eden Village Camp
Golden Slipper Camp
Island Quest Day Camp – Commonpoint Queens
B’nai Brith Camp Oregon
JCamp – Westside JCC, Los Angeles
Camp B’nai Brith Montreal