Registration for summer 2018 is closed
1st trip: Tuesday JUNE 19, (ו׳ בְּתַמּוּז)—Monday JULY 16, (ד׳ בְּאָב)
2nd trip: Monday JULY 16, (ד׳ בְּאָב)—Monday AUGUST 13, (ב׳ בֶּאֱלוּל)
Due to increased demand we will be opening registration on the 2nd day of Chanukah, Thursday 26 of Kislev, December 14 2017.
Registration will be open for both the main camp and for the bar mitzvah division BMD.
We recommend that you sign up early to ensure a spot for your child. Space will fill up quickly. Once divisions are full your child will be put on a waiting list.
Please be aware registering your child is not a guarantee of acceptance. Only once the head staff has a chance to review the application will you get a notification of your sons status.
Every application must have the first 2 pages of the registration form completed along with the lunch form if applicable and a $400.00 deposit payable now to be considered. Deposit will only be used if your child is accepted.
You will be able to obtain a registration form on our website campganisrael.com on or after Thursday 26 of Kislev. Please mail you complete registration to 770 Eastern Parkway Suite 209 Brooklyn, NY 11213
Medical forms are not needed until Pesach time. Please do not take your son for a physical until you find out he is accepted. There is no need to call our office now. You will be acknowledged by email once we received your form.
Looking forward to another amazing summer!
Rabbi Y. Futerfas
To begin the evening the crowd was addressed by camps executive directer Rabbi Avraham Shemtov who shared words of inspiration and encouragement
Following dinner the lights were dimmed and the crowd was treated to a professionally edited video with unique footage briefly recapping all that was done this past summer.
Afterwards, an exciting and original entertainer hired especially for the reunion treated the crowd to a captivating show that included both magic and mentalist tricks.
The crowd then joined together in singing favorite songs from camp led by the head staff, including the original songs from this past summer. Those in the room were truly able to feel the warmth, unity and friendship of camp.
Raffles were then drawn with many prizes for those in attendance to win.
As the evening came to a close, those gathered in the room lined up to receive the newly printed journal from the summer as well as a custom made scarf as a souvenir.
We were truly able to see how Gan Yisroel has an everlasting impact on all campers. We are sure that this unity brings the Rebbe much Nachas and we look forward to the upcoming summer swiftly approaching.
Stay tuned to register for the *upcoming summer of 5778 – 2018*, both for the *main camp* and the very popular and anticipated *Bar Mitzvah Division (BMD)*. Please note that there is limited space, as there is already a high demand. Be sure to register earlier, those who sign up later will be put on a waiting list. *Registration will open the first day of Chanukah 25 Kislev – Dec 13, 2017.
Gan Yisroel is thrilled to announce that our annual camp reunion will take place this year on Thursday Nov 16-chof zayin cheshvon
We invite your children to take part in this beautiful gathering and reunite with friends and acquaintances from camp, who will be coming into Crown Heights for the Kinus Tzeirei Haslulchim. Campers from all over the world will be coming together, so come join in the fun and reminisce the experiences of camp!
The event will be held in Bais Rivkah Crown, 310 Crown Street from 6:30-8:30pm.
Please RSVP attendance here by November the 13th 2017.
There will be incredible entertainment in addition to live music and a special video presentation. A scrumptious dairy dinner will be served.
Please refer to attached flyer for all information.
Looking forward to seeing all campers from this incredible summer of Gan Yisroel
Rabbi Futerfas & The Staff of CGI NY
2 donors are matching funds to build a Beis Medrash in Camp Gan Israel of New York to fulfill the Rebbe’s summer instruction.
“A camp from the outside and a Yeshiva from within.”
These were the words used by the Rebbe during a Shavuos Farbrengen in 1957 outlining the goal of the Rebbe’s newest organization, Camp Gan Yisroel.
Now, 60 years later, with thousands of branches around the world, the Rebbe’s vision for a place where children would benefit both physically and spiritually continues to grow.
In honor of camp’s 60th year, a group of alumni, parents, and friends have embarked on an initiative to build a permanent Beis Medrash – Shul to further enhance camp’s atmosphere with an added spirit of Torah and Chassidus.
The total cost of the project is $220,000.
Thanks to generous contributions by alumni and friends, a substantial amount has already been raised. Over the next 24 hours, they are running a campaign to raise the remaining funds.
All donations will be matched 2 to 1 thanks to the generous matchers who are camp alumni Simon (Simi) Jacobson and Yerachmiel and Rivka Leah Jacobson and family.
Gan Israel held a special place in the Rebbe’s heart meriting to be one of the only places the Rebbe visited outside Crown Heights. The Rebbe even expressed the sentiment that Kiryat Gan Israel is an extension of 770.
Please join in this special endeavor that is certain to bring the Rebbe much nachas at https://www.charidy.com/kiryatganisrael.