The Cohen Camps are proud of our ever-developing legacy of encouraging members of our community to embody their strengths.
We make this legacy real everyday by the commitments that we offer to our community. With each passing year, we are an increasingly supportive and embracing community that is excited to provide an environment to grow and celebrate one another.
We welcome all who wish to join our community, and we celebrate the diversity of campers, Dor L’Dor Israel travel participants, Kadima teen leaders, families, staff, visitors, and guests. Jewish and interfaith families, people of color, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals, people with disabilities, and individuals of all ages and faiths are part of our family.
We also acknowledge that even within our warm and inviting surroundings, each of our camps is made up of individuals who are similar, but also unique. It is our hope that together we can create spaces that encourage meaningful participation and generate a warm sense of community for all of us. And when we stumble, because sometimes we are not sensitive, we are committed to learn, invest, and reflect more deeply into the values we strive to uphold.
As a community, we know that an important aspect of inclusion is continually reflecting and evolving as we go. If an issue that is not aligned with our culture and values comes to your attention, we expect to respond. You are always encouraged to communicate with us if you have concerns or if there is someone you would like to better support or include.