Support Alonim

Support Alonim

By making a donation to Camp Alonim, you will help children experience the magic of Jewish camp and spark a lifelong interest in Judaism that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives.


There are several ways for you to have an impact on Camp Alonim through your generous giving:

Alonim Annual Fund

Your support of the Alonim Annual Fund makes the following possible:

  • Cutting-edge programs and unforgettable experiences for campers of all ages.
  • Need-based scholarships for families who could not otherwise afford camp.
  • Recruitment and training of outstanding summer staff, including a yearly delegation of Israeli "shlichim."
  • Renovation and restoration of the indoor and outdoor spaces that are the setting for fun, friendships, and inspired Jewish living.

Arthur Pinchev Camper Scholarship Fund

This fund provides financial assistance for children who would not otherwise be able to attend camp. The fund is named after Arthur Pinchev, beloved Camp Alonim director from 1980 to 2000.

This Is The Day: The Campaign for Alonim

This campaign will build new and renovated camp facilities to meet the needs of our growing camp and ensure no child is turned away from a life-changing Alonim experience. more

Alonim Legacy Society

By putting Alonim in your estate plan, you and your family are recognized for your generous commitment to Alonim's future generations. more

Tribute Gifts

You may also give a "tribute" gift to the Alonim Annual Fund or Arthur Pinchev Camper Scholarship Fund in recognition of a birthday, anniversary, new baby, in memoriam, or any occasion you choose. Your honoree will receive a beautiful card with your personal message that recognizes the occasion and indicates that you have made a gift to Camp Alonim in that person's honor. The minimum tribute gift is $18.

For more details or to learn about other opportunities to support Camp Alonim, please contact Josh Levine at (877) 225-6646 or  

Thank you very much!

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''As I sang the prayers I felt my heart sing and when I danced Israeli dances my feet felt light and happy.'' -Natalie Mark, camper

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