We’re honored to award a grant to 6 Points Creative Arts Academy, a summer camp program sponsored by the Union for Reform Judaism, which strives to create holistic, meaningful experiences for young artists in a living laboratory for learning and performing. The camp is housed at the Westtown School, a Quaker Boarding School on 600 acres located just 25 miles west of Philadelphia.
Creative arts and traditional summer camp activities are used as vehicles to provide summers that are fun as well as Jewishly educational. Participants are invited to focus on theatre, writing, dance, instrumental music, vocal music, photography and/or visual art. Add yoga, Israeli dance, jogging, swimming, 9 Square-in-the-Air, Ultimate Frisbee, and kickball to the mix, and you’ve got a whole lot of summer fun!
Jonah adored the arts. He loved Jewish life. And summer camp was the only place to look for him in July and August.
In support of such a terrific and valuable program, and in memory of our beloved and much-missed son and brother, The Jonah Maccabee Foundation is delighted to support the 6 Points Creative Arts Academy with a grant from our Jewish Life Fund. Learn more by visiting 6 Points Creative Arts Academy online.
Thank you for your donations that make our support possible.