We know how amazing Ramah Darom is but don’t just listen to us! Take it from our campers and their families!

Here are just a few of the things they have to say about their experience at Ramah Darom:

“Camp is my children’s Happy Place. It is where they can go be themselves, be proud of who they are and escape everyday pressures of school, etc.”

“Ramah does such a wonderful job of making being Jewish fun and meaningful. Our child always comes home and wants to be more involved after coming home.”

“Our daughter has autism and needs a lot of help to be included and participate with her typical peers. Thanks to the Tikvah Support Program at Ramah Darom, she is a happy, successful camper. Camp Ramah Darom was a wonderful, enriching experience that truly expanded our daughter’s world of possibilities. She had such a good time and it was a huge growth experience for her and our whole family. I would never have been daring enough to try camp, except at Ramah Darom. I am so grateful for this life-enriching experience and I know that it is due to the positive, creative and loving staff at Camp Ramah Darom!”

“It really seems to instill a sense of Jewish is cool. Dancing, singing, participating – these are all seen as the in thing to do.”

“The incredible way you reach the kids and make the camp experience outstanding! He got off the bus saying he wanted to explore Judaism more!”

“Camp Ramah Darom’s major strength is providing an environment where Jewish children can get to know each other and bond with each other in an environment where they are not a minority. My daughter has formed strong camp friendships that will last through her life. She keeps in touch with many of her camp friends and can not wait to go back each summer.”

“My child literally had the time of her life. At camp she accepted leadership positions and enjoyed leading services ~ something she’s never done. She matured, strengthened her existing camp friendships and created new ones. I credit your staff and programming for taking her to the next level in Gesher. Creating, incubating, and connecting thoughtful, observant, involved Jews.”

“Ramah is excellent at making kids feel comfortable in their Judaism, develop pride in their Jewish skills, and feel closer to their Jewish friends.”