Our Camps help make the Reform movement come alive.  Look no further than the chair of the Union for Reform Judaism, the presidents of Hebrew Union College, Religious Action Center and World Union for Progressive Judaism, who are all alumni, for proof.  More than this, our campers and staff go on to be leaders wherever they go whether it is in industry, the non-profit world, their high schools and colleges, their community or temple.  And while camp can’t take full credit for their acts of gimulut chasadim and tikkun olam, we did our part to encourage it.

In short Eisner and Crane Lake Camps are a powerful and transformative experience for all who enter its gates. In order to strengthen these institutions and make it possible for future generations of young people to benefit from our kehilah kedoshah we invite you to join our mission by donating to our annual fund.  Camp’s annual fund goes to support:

  • Scholarship to eliminate any financial barriers for families in need
  • Capital improvements so our facilities remain on the cutting edge
  • Programmatic excellence that will inspire young minds
  • Leadership training that will develop our brightest talent to be excellent counselors as well as menschlichkeit

To quote a line from Pirke Avot in Camp’s mission statement, “You are not required to complete the work, nor are you free to ignore it”