What's new at JCamp 180?
JCamp 180 wishes you and your camp community a year of good blessings.
Your database and other structures can help your whole team “know your donors” and engage them as investors. To build a culture of philanthropy, you need all three working together: structures, attitudes, and behaviors.
Watch this video of JCamp 180 Director Sarah Eisinger discussing some new things to look for at this year's JCamp 180 Annual Conference.
Decisions and structures at your camp are developing the culture at your organization, whether you want them to or not; build your culture intentionally to ensure success.
Register now to join 400+ of your peers in the field of Jewish Camp in Springfield, MA October 27-29, 2019.
How do your incentives - early bird, sibling discounts, etc. - stack up with other camps?
Board member Larry Cohen describes the impact of attending #JCampConf each year on him and his colleagues.
How can you make the best decisions at your camp? Start with good data.
People trust people more than organizations. How can you find, engage, and support your fans in spreading your camp's messages for you online?
Summer at camp is incredibly busy. Read how Camp Centerland was able to create simple - but powerful - stewardship postcards to engage their board members and donors this summer.
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