Smiling teens having fun during Jewish overnight camp
Teens take a journey, traveling to Israel
Teens discover their roots in Israel
Teens go swimming during Jewish Overnight Camp

The Farash Institute for Jewish Education was established by the Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation to develop and implement programs that reflect the Foundation’s strong commitment to Jewish education and engagement. The Farash Institute is a separate, not-for-profit entity that is funded by the Farash Foundation. Its mission is to support and promote all types of life-long Jewish learning and engagement opportunities—formal, informal, cultural and religious—through local, national and global programming.

One Happy Camper provides scholarship grants for Jewish overnight campers.

One Happy Camper
Give your child an unforgettable Jewish summer camp experience. Incentive grants of up to $1800 are available for every first-time camper attending a Jewish not-for-profit-overnight camp. Income based grants of up to $1000 are also available for second year campers.

Freddy Fund provides significant assistance for teens traveling to Israel

Freddy Fund
Significant financial assistance grants are available for teens who cannot otherwise afford to enroll in a travel/study program in Israel. In addition, a gift of $360 will be provided to all teens who choose to travel to Israel.