Generous Donor Makes Day Camp Scholarships Available

Camp Gan Israel of the Rockies in Lafayette is happy to announce that due to generous donor they are able to offer scholarships for families that are dealing with financial difficulties.

Rabbi Yakov Borenstein co-director of the CGI Rockies knows that despite the fact that the camp begins in just a few days there are still many children who could benefit with tuition assistance. “Our goal is to maximize the gift and help as many kids as possible attend camp who otherwise might be staying home this summer, so please share this information with anyone who may benefit from assistance.” says the rabbi.

Families wishing to apply for the scholarship should email cgirockies@gmail.com and can be assured the utmost confidentiality with their request. They can also call Rabbi Borenstein directly on 303.845.2900.

CGI of the Rockies day camp is centrally located at Ryan Elementary School in Lafayette and is for children aged 3-13. The five week summer program runs from June 25 to July 27.

The camp’s unique blend of fun activities, exciting trips and innovative Jewish themes allow children of all backgrounds and affiliations to feel engaged and comfortable at CGI Rockies.

Have questions about the camp? Feel free to give our camp directors a call. Shayna Borenstein – 303-845-2901 Send Shayna an email or Leah Brackman – 720-837-3733 Send Leah an email or visit the website at www.JewishKidsCamp.com

Since 2003 CGI has been catering to families of all backgrounds and affiliations from Boulder County and beyond. CGI of the Rockies is a joint program of Chabad of Longmont and Chabad of NW Metro Denver.

About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

Benjy Brackman is the Rabbi/Executive Director of Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster, Colorado.

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