Many camps are adapting and designing exciting or creative new approaches to thanking, engaging, and delighting friends, families, donors, and supporters this summer.
This summer, your camp, like so many other Jewish camps, might not allow visitors to Shabbat services, may need to cancel the annual Visitor's Day, or might not be able to welcome very special guests. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t engage, involve, and inspire these individuals this summer from a safe distance.
In this Wednesday, April 28th webinar, we discussed ideas for warmly engaging donors, supporters, friends, and families from the "bubble," whether it's virtual tours, zoom gatherings, postcards from camp, or other ideas you and your peers will be trying this summer.
This webinar included great ideas shared by many of your peers. A special thank you to Rabbi Isaac Saposnik, Executive Director of Camp Havaya, who shared his camp's donor stewardship plans.
Who knows? Some of these approaches might spark new traditions and inspire even deeper love and appreciation for everything you do for campers!
Check out this recording to learn how you can show your donors how much you love and appreciate them this summer.