Children who lost older brothers in combat prepare to travel to the US for a summer of fun and friendship that strengthens their Jewish identity and recharges their batteries for the upcoming year
Yad Labanim hosted the final session for children from Moreshet summer camp. These boys and girls who lost older brothers in Israel’s battles and terror attacks are now getting ready to spend the summer in adoptive communities in Washington, D.C, and Maryland.
This unique summer camp enables children to connect to their community, learn new values, and accumulate new experiences. It’s a life-changing adventure that strengthens the children’s identity and our Jewish identity as a nation.
We’re all getting ready for summer vacation and the end of the year, wishing our children a fun, pleasant, and exciting trip, filled with friendship, new experiences, and the chance to recharge their batteries for the coming year.