Project Harmony Israel 2014: Take a Chance on Change
Join us in celebrating Project Harmony Israel's FIFTH BIRTHDAY by donating to our crowdrise campaign and helping us reach our $15,000 goal!
In the summer of 2010, Meg Sullivan and Lexie Tabachnick flew to Jerusalem to start an Arab-Jewish summer camp. In just five years Project Harmony has grown immensely -- from barely 20 campers in a small community center to over 150 campers, ages 8-16. Your contribution will directly support program costs, by helping us purchase art supplies and sports equipment, take exciting field trips, and funding scholarships for families in need.
AN ENGLISH-LANGUAGE SUMMER CAMP FOR ARAB AND JEWISH YOUTH IN JERUSALEM, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH HAND IN HAND
At Project Harmony we take the individual as the cornerstone. All curricula are tailored to meet individual developmental, behavioral and linguistic needs, and couched in the principles of universal youth development. We believe that by creating a safe integrated space for children to share experiences, our campers are able to build organic, lasting relationships--on their own terms.
In order to achieve these programmatic goals we offer a wide variety of daily activities, including fine arts, music, athletics, teambuilding, community gardening, American Sign Language, and English games. We go on weekly field trips and also host guest teachers to lead week-long workshops. Every summer we also host a community event in which we invite families, friends and community members to join us in celebrating our campers' remarkable achievements.
For more information about Project Harmony Israel, visit www.projectharmonyisrael.com or contact email@example.com.