Parent Testimonials

2020 Camp Season

“The kids had their best day in months thanks to you and all the Shalom staff.”

 

“As we pulled up to Camp Shalom, for the first day drop off, the excitement that the staff exuded was amazing.  It was organized, exciting and made me feel so comfortable sending my kiddos off for a summer of camp during this time.  I cannot thank the Camp Shalom staff enough.  I picked up my kids from camp that day and it was the happiest I have seen them in a very long time.  They are looking forward to the next fun-filled weeks with new/old friends, wonderful staff and tons of fun activities.”

 

“After only a few days of camp, I have a much happier child!!  We appreciate your creativity and dedication to making the camp experience work safely in our challenging environment.”

 

“We have been raving about how well camp is going to everyone. You have managed to take all the changes, adapt and keep it running smoothly. The girls have missed out on a lot this year and we are so thankful that they are still able to be at Camp Shalom. Thank you for all the hard work to make it happen.”

 

“My kids have had such a wonderful time and my husband and are I are so grateful that we had the opportunity to send them. This has been such a bright spot during a very uncertain time. Whether it's woodworking or canoeing or a cool new song they learned, everyday they come home happy and excited to tell us about their day and all the fun things they did with their friends and counselors.”

 

“With all the craziness in the world right now, I wanted to take a moment to thank you all for the absolutely fabulous job you are doing at Camp Shalom this summer. I cannot fathom how difficult this has been for your team, but I can say without equivocation that the transition from "normal" to "Covid" at Camp has been seamless. The effort your staff puts in with regard to safety is truly remarkable. I cannot thank you enough for making Camp Shalom a safe and happy place.”

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