Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Opportunities
Please contact Harlam's Development Director, Judith Friedman (610-668-0423, Ext. 1035) to learn more about our new platform that can be made available for use by Harlamites that want to raise funds to support camp from their network of peers, family members, and/or colleagues.
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Camp Wish List
You can help support camp and its programs by purchasing an item off of our wishlist. We keep this list updated and if you purchase an item through Amazon, it will be shipped right to Kunkletown! Check out our Amazon Wishlist!
Tribute cards are a wonderful way to celebrate a life event (birthday, bar/bat mitzvah, anniversary, wedding, etc.) or to send condolences or caring thoughts to friends and family while supporting Harlam. Purchase a pack of five cards for $50 that you can mail with your own message. Or, with a minimum donation of $18, camp will send out a tribute letter on your behalf (please be sure to include the tribute details in the tribute section of the form).
Checks can be made payable to “Camp Harlam” (please include “tribute cards” in the memo line) and mailed to: Development Team | Camp Harlam | 301 City Avenue, Suite 110 | Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
If you would prefer to purchase your pack of cards by credit card, please e-mail the details to Judith Friedman.
Chadar Ochel/Dining Hall Table Pieces
For a $36 donation, get a “piece” of camp history and help to support the growth and development of camp! Your donation will be directed to the Arie Gluck Capital Fund. Please include “Table Piece” in the memo line of your check or in the comments section on our online donation form.
If you would like the “piece” to be a gift, please be sure to include the tribute information and we will enclose a card on your behalf.
B'nai Mitzvah Projects
Many of our campers choose to make Camp Harlam the beneficiary of their Bar/Bat Mitzvah projects. We are excited to offer ideas and support to our campers that choose to do so. We have examples of projects that have been done in the past, and are happy to share them with interested families. For more information, please take a look at our Camp Harlam B'nai Mitzvah Project Program document.