Informal learning at summer camp is an opportunity to instill love of Torah in an exciting and interactive way. To that end, Torah Live has created a summer camp guide full of ideas on programs which can be implemented in camp using resources which are readily available.
As we are now in the thick of spring and summer, you may be on the lookout for creative ways to still draw people—especially families—into your events, so that they feel connected to your organization throughout the year. After all, bringing people into a shul or a community center is a lot easier during the High
Rabbis and educators accompanied thousands of young adults, professionals, college students and JWRP participants throughout the Land of Israel this summer. These trips expose your students to many inspiring classes and scenes, and by extension, can help you in continuing to help them strengthen their commitment to Judaism. Indeed, there are some students
Ahh summertime. Just the word "summer" or "summertime" evokes memories of childhood fun, time spent at the beach, family barbecues and other such warm occasions. However, when it comes to fundraising and meeting with donors during the summer, this usually takes a backseat. After all, donors are away in the Catskills, visiting Israel or touring an exotic