You've been asking and here they are! Check out the pictures of our new buildings!
We are SO EXCITED that these buildings are almost complete and ready to be used this summer, but we also need to share with the community that our work is not yet done.
Galil has already raised over $800,000 to complete these beautiful and necessary structures, but we still need $300,000 to close the gap. This is the largest fundraising effort in Galil's 65 year history! We have decided to use the values of community, sharing, and kupa that we teach at camp to raise the remaining funds. As such, we are asking all of you whose lives have been touched in one way or another to join the 100 individuals and foundations that have already been part of this campaign.
We hope that each and every one of us will look deep inside and stretch to help us reach this goal.
One way you can do this is to donate $1 per day for the next three years. When three hundred people join our campaign, we will reach our goal!
For some of us, giving $1 per day is a stretch, but for some, we can do much more. Please find the amount that moves you and help us complete these buildings that will sustain Galil for the next 65 years.
Please follow this link to make a payment online to our Campaign Fund. If you would like to be part of the $1 per day campaign, please enter the amount you would like to give and how often (for example: if you want to give $30 per month, please type in 30 for the amount and set the recurrence to monthly. DO NOT type in the total amount you would like to give unless it is a one-time payment). $1 per day is $365 each year or $1,095 in total over three years.
If you would prefer to make your gift by check, please complete this form and send it to PO Box 1245, Newtown, PA 18940.
We hope to raise all $300,000 by our Alumni Day on July 31st!
If you have any questions, please call Sharon at (610) 847-2213. On behalf of the entire Galil community, we thank you for your support!
Sharon Waimberg, Executive Director
Steve Shore, Camp Committee Chair
Hank Albert, Alumnus and Parent
Ilana Goldfus, Registrar