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Welcome to Camp Gan Israel! A part of the largest and fastest growing network of Jewish day camps in the world. Camp Gan Israel enjoys a well earned reputation as a trend setter in Jewish camping with innovative ideas and creative programs being introduced continuously. Your child will wait all year to come back to Camp! Campers enjoy a wide range of exciting activities and field trips in a warm, caring environment, cultivating pride and love for the Jewish heritage.

 

OUR MISSION

The mission of CGI is to instill Jewish values in children of all Jewish backgrounds and all levels of observance. We aim to make Judaism accessible, fun and comfortable for everyone.

 

CULTURE
CGI campers are imbued with a deep sense of pride in their Jewish heritage and a love for the land of Israel. Weekly Judaic themes are taught through exciting activities, stories, songs, games and contests, which are part of the unique Gan Israel experience. Combined with group discussions and educational programs, these events bring to life the beauty and values of our tradition.  

 

ACTIVITIES 

Our weekly program is enhanced with activities, dress-up days, Shabbat parties, scrapbooking, Challah baking and .. oh... so much more. 

 

TRIPS

Our trips and outings are know for their orginality and excitement for every age. Our Campers will leave camp grounds about three times per week. Each trip is researched and planned to ensure that your child has the best experience possible. 

 

 

LOCATION

Chabad Jewish Centre: 1121 Dundas Street East, Whitby ON L1N 2K4

 

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REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR SUMMER 2017

JULY 3, 2017 - JULY 21, 2016

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR CAMP GAN ISRAEL!

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