Project Spotlight: Summer Camps for Youth in the FSU

The Fellowship  |  September 3, 2019

Several young boys drawing on pieces of wood.

Thousands of Jewish children from across the former Soviet Union (FSU), aged 6-17, attended the Fellowship-supported FJC’s network of summer camps this year. The majority of the participating children are from low-income families and are at risk for going hungry. Thankfully, at the camp, they are provided with nourishing meals, trips and attractions, sports, swimming, social activities and games, dedicated counselors, learning programs, informal Jewish heritage classes, and much more. The camps set them up for future success and let them know Christians around the world them!

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