I Take Camp With Me Wherever I Go - By Danny New It’s been 11 years since I set foot in Camp, and yet I still dream about it once a week. Isn’t that weird? Well, to be honest: It’s probably only weird to people who didn’t go there. I wish I could have visited - I’ve...
The research on thriving reminds us that Judaism is not simply a common denominator, but at camps like Harlam, Judaism is a source of communal thriving.
Losing the summer of 2020 was terribly painful but the gift of camp is beyond time and space and value and price.
It took a village to put together our virtual auction, which raised over $43,000 for the Mitch Perlmeter Scholarship Fund.
Check out our MESH Moment of the Month for ideas about how we can tend to our own mental, emotional and social health, as well as that of others.
See all the great things coming to camp this summer!
We must not be immune from making change when change is due. We must look inward and forward and challenge ourselves and each other to create a more inclusive and just community that truly values all people and celebrates the diversity that they bring to the table.
Our commitment to MESH extends beyond the summer, which led us to form a MESH Task Force made up of parents, alumni, and others in our camp community with personal/professional experience in the field of mental health, to enhance and expand our MESH efforts.
When I look around at this country, I fill with this growly feeling that this — this, right here, where we are right now, whatever happens next — this is what our time together at camp was actually about.
Our commitment to DEI work is ever evolving and we will never be “done” with educating ourselves, pushing ourselves, and seeking to find deeper connection and meaning for our community.