Index of Camps and Organizations referenced in Hebrew Infusion

Institutes/Organizations

  1. Association of Independent Jewish Camps (AIJC) 
  2. Betar (Revisionist Zionist)
  3. B’nei Akiva (Religious Zionist) 
  4. Canadian Young Judaea (Zionist)
  5. Cejwin Camps (Port Jarvis, New York)
  6. Chabad (Lubavitcher Hasidic Orthodox)
  7. Farband 
  8. FJC: Foundation for Jewish Camp -- Umbrella organization for nonprofit Jewish camps 
  9. Gordonia (Zionist) 
  10. Habonim Dror (Progressive Zionist) 
  11. Hashomer Hatzair (Progressive Zionist)
  12. JCCA: Jewish Community Center Association (Pluralistic)
  13. Massad Canada (Hebraist)
  14. Massad Poconos (Hebraist) 
  15. Ramah (Conservative, Zionist) 
  16. Sholom Alecheim Folk Institute 
  17. URJ/UAHC: Union for Reform Judaism / Union of American Hebrew Congregations (Reform) 
  18. Young Judaea (Zionist) 

Camps

  1. BBYO CLTC (Pluralistic) 
  2. Beber Camp (AIJC, Wisconsin) 
  3. Blue Star (Private, North Carolina) 
  4. Brandeis Camp Institute (Pluralistic, California, became Alonim) 
  5. B’nai B’rith Camp (AIJC)
  6. B’nai B’rith Ottawa 
  7. Camp Achvah (New York)
  8. Camp Alonim (JCCA, California) 
  9. Camp Avodah (Chicago) 
  10. Camp Bechol Lashon (Jews of Color, Pluralistic, California)
  11. Camp Che-Na-Wah (New York)
  12. Camp Coleman (URJ, Georgia) 
  13. Camp Daisy and Harry Stein (Reform, Arizona) 
  14. Camp Eisner (URJ, Massachusetts) 
  15. Camp Emunah (Chabad, New York) 
  16. Camp Galil (Habonim Dror, Pennsylvania) 
  17. Camp Gesher (Russian-American, Pluralistic, California) 
  18. Camp Gilboa (Habonim Dror, California) 
  19. Camp Harlam (URJ, Pennsylvania) 
  20. Camp Hess Kramer (Wilshire Boulevard Temple Camps, Reform, California) 
  21. Camp JRF (Reconstructionist, Pennsylvania, now Havaya) 
  22. Camp Kalsman (URJ, Washington) 
  23. Camp Kawanga (Wisconsin) 
  24. Camp Keeyumah (Pennsylvania) 
  25. Camp Kennebec (Canada) 
  26. Camp Kinder Ring (Historically Yiddishist, Secular, New York) 
  27. Camp Kinneret and Biluim (Quebec) 
  28. Camp Lavi (Modern Othodox, Private, Pennsylvania) 
  29. Camp Massad (Aleph, Bet, Hebraist, Pennsylvania) 
  30. Camp Massad Manitoba (Hebraist, Canada) 
  31. Camp Massad Quebec (Hebraist, Canada) 
  32. Camp Miriam (Habonim Dror, British Columbia) 
  33. Camp Modin (Maine) 
  34. Camp Moshava (Gordonia [later Habonim], Zionist, Maryland) 
  35. Camp Newman (URJ, California) 
  36. Camp Perlman (AIJC, Pennsylvania) 
  37. Camp Raleigh (Private, Orthodox, New York) 
  38. Camp Saratoga/ Swig Camp Institute (California) 
  39. Camp Seneca Lake (Modern Orthodox, Pennsylvania) 
  40. Camp Sharon
  41. Camp Shomria (Hashomer Hatzair, New York) 
  42. Camp Solomon Schechter (AIJC, Washington) 
  43. Camp Sternberg (Private, Orthodox Girls, New York) 
  44. Camp Stone (B’nei Akiva, Pennsylvania) 
  45. Camp Tavor (Habonim Dror, Michigan) 
  46. Camp Tevya (New Hampshire) 
  47. Camp Wise (Ohio) 
  48. Camp Yavneh (Hebraist, New Hampshire) 
  49. Camp Young Judaea in Winnipeg, Canada 
  50. Camp Young Judaea Texas 
  51. Capital Camps (Pennsylvania) 
  52. Eden Village (Eco-Judaism, New York) 
  53. Eisner Camp (URJ, Massachusetts) 
  54. Goldman Union Camp Institute (GUCI) (Zionsville, Indiana)
  55. Herzl Camp (Zionist, Wisconsin)  
  56. Hilltop (Wilshire Boulevard Temple Camps - Reform, California) 
  57. Jacobs Camp (URJ, Mississippi) 
  58. JCA Shalom (Pluralistic, California)
  59. Kamp Kohut (Maine)
  60. Kibbutz Max Straus (Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters, California) 
  61. Kutz Camp (URJ, New York) 
  62. Machaneh Kachol-Lavan (Israeli-American, California and New York) 
  63. Morasha (Othodox, Pennsylvania) 
  64. Moshava IO (B'nei Akiva, Pennsylvania)
  65. Moshava Malibu (B’nei Akiva, California, became Moshava Alevy)
  66. OSRUI/ Olin-Sang Ruby Union Institute/Union Camp (URJ, Wisconsin) 
  67. Ramah Berkshires (New York) 
  68. Ramah California 
  69. Ramah Canada
  70. Ramah Connecticut 
  71. Ramah Darom (Georgia) 
  72. Ramah Maine 
  73. Ramah New England (Massachusetts) 
  74. Ramah Nyack (New York, Day Camp) 
  75. Ramah Poconos (Pennsylvania) 
  76. Ramah Rockies (Colorado) 
  77. Ramah Wisconsin
  78. Schroon Lake Camp 
  79. Sephardic Adventure Camp (Modern Orthodox, Sephardic, Washington) 
  80. Shwayder Camp (Reform, Colorado) 
  81. Sprout Lake (Young Judaea, New York) 
  82. Surprise Lake Camp (New York) 
  83. Tamarack Camp (Michigan) 
  84. Tel Yehudah (Young Judaea)