To support the #NewmanStrong campaign in response to the destruction caused by the California wildfires, please click here.
Or, please select from one of the following three funds:
Money donated to the Capital Fund will be used to refurbish and upgrade URJ Camp Newman’s facilities – as well as build new housing, a new Welcome & Wellness Center and new Campus Center.Donate Now
Help provide meaningful experiences for future summer campers and year-long program participants! You can specify your donation for our General Board Fund (applied to where funds are needed most) or to our Camp Scholarship Fund.
Pooling your gift with others and earmarking it for one purpose enables you to make a big impact. To view details on each of our Endowment Funds, including our Camp Newman Scholarship Fund, click the button!Donate Now
To read about the multiple ways you can give, click here.
For more information about giving or opportunities to get involved, please contact Tracey Klapow, Development Operations Director, at 415-991-0359 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your generous contribution will directly improve the lives of thousands of Jewish youth for decades to come.
By making a monetary investment in our capital improvements, scholarships, programs, staff and other funds, you are investing in the future of Jewish life. Your gift will help instill Jewish identities in our youth, build the future leaders of our community, and allow all children, teens and young adults to participate in our inspiring and fun summer, year-round and NFTY teen experiences.
For more information about giving or opportunities to get involved, please contact Tracey Klapow, Development Operations Director, at 415-991-0359, x13 or email@example.com.
Through your immersive activities, they understand friendship without judgment.
Through your meals, they understand that a meal is more than food, it is a bond with community.
Through your songs, they understand that music can bring them comfort and belonging.
Through your grade level programming, they understand the true meaning of Mitzvah.
— Janet, a mom of two campers who received camp scholarships