Kids For Kehilla Fundraiser


JCC_122615ASid Jacobson Jewish Community Center’s Kids For Kehilla Committee raised over $4,000 through its fall fundraiser to benefit the Camp Kehilla Scholarship Fund.

The committee, led by Adam Liebowitz, kicked off its fundraising initiative for the year on Nov. 15 with a raffle ticket sale to benefit the scholarship fund. The fall fundraiser concluded on Dec. 6, and raffle winners were selected on Dec. 7 at the JCC’s Chanukah Candle Lighting event. The committee, composed of approximately 25 children, will host another fundraiser this spring.

The grand prize winner received 25 tickets to the award winning Off-Broadway magic and mentalism show, The Quantum Eye in New York City, courtesy of Sam Eaton. The prize comes with round-trip bus transportation, courtesy of Pierce Coach Line, and 25 custom-themed designer cupcakes or cookie favors, courtesy of Nom Nom Cookie Company.

Camp Kehilla, a pioneer in special needs camping for more than 20 years, has continued to initiate new opportunities and experiences for special needs campers. The program features myriad activities tailored to youth and young adults with a variety of special needs, and focuses on building social skills, lasting friendships and self-esteem among special needs campers.

“We couldn’t be more proud of the children on the committee,” said Debra Wiener, director of Development. “Through their commitment and hard work they helped raise more than $4,000 for the Camp Kehilla Scholarship Fund which will help give a child with special needs the summer of a lifetime.”

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