Did you know that the JCC Abrams Camps is the only Jewish day camp and travel summer camp in Mercer County? We serve children PreK through 10th grades and employ young adults to engage them as members of the Jewish community. Our campers and young adults are the future communal leaders and through innovative programming, we instill an appreciation for what it means to be Jewish.
We need your support. The JCC is a non-profit and our camp and family life programs are not fully funded by our camper tuition. We rely on donations to help keep camp affordable and deliver great Jewish programming.
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Connections to Israel
Bringing counselors from Israel to work at camp and live within our community (kehillah) and share their culture. Sponsoring events such as our Israeli Fair, Grandparent’s L’dor Vador breakfast, Tzofim Israeli Scouts and weekly camp Shabbats all help foster stronger connections to Israel and our Jewish community.
A Place of Acceptance
All children should be able to experience summer regardless of their abilities. We support campers that have social, emotional and physical needs with additional specialized staffing and new inclusive camp spaces. Our campership goal is one of respect (kavod ha-briot) for one another.
Support for those who need it the most
We never want to turn anyone away. Our financial assistance program helps families with economic constraints experience the joy that is camp. Through our weekly tzedakah programs our children learn the importance of repairing the world (tikkun olam) and helping those who need it the most.