2020 has been so full of anxiety, fear and isolation for us and our children, that it has become more crucial than ever to create some kind of ‘normality’
Many Summer camps in Israel have only just been given approval to run, and although the government subsidises the cost, there are shortfalls for most at-risk families as so many have been unpaid during lockdown or have lost their jobs altogether.
The psychological need to get children into summer camp for kids and their parents this year is bigger than ever - for their mental and physical well-being. Spending time with friends, being outside and being stimulated are essential to help their recovery from the psychological damage this year has caused.
It only costs £22 to fund one place for one child for a week. We know it's not an easy time for anyone, but we ask that you do what you can to help the poorest families living in Ashkelon and Netanya this summer.