"I wanted to make sure that you all knew what an incredible summer my children had, and how grateful I am...my boys loved CSL and came home saying it was the best summer of their life. Thank you so much for making this such a special summer for them, and for me- as I got to share my love of camp with them."
"The scholarship makes all the difference. I can't wait to send my boys to CSL."
"A heartfelt thank you! We are so grateful."
"Todah rabah!... thank you very much!...we appreciate the Farash Institute's generosity and support in helping yet another young Jewish child attend Jewish sleep away camp."
"On behalf of our whole family, I would like to thank you very much for providing us with a grant from One Happy Camper, giving us financial assistance to send our daughter Jillian to Camp Seneca Lake for the first time. As you know, maintaining an all-around Jewish life for a family of 5 can be quite costly. We appreciate everything you are doing for the Rochester Jewish community. Personally, we have been able to enhance our family's Jewish education and Jewish life experiences in the last several years due to the generosity of the Farash Foundation. Whether through Summer camp grants for our three children, our participation in adult community programming, or experiencing the educational and operational enhancements of our synagogue, we have benefited directly and indirectly from the Farash Institute's vision. It is becoming increasingly difficult to secure a life of Jewish traditions for our children and future generations - for many, many reasons as you know. At the risk of sounding dramatic, we simply want to extend our appreciation and recognition for your help in making our life as a Jewish family a bit easier.
"CSL is proud to call the Farash Institute a partner in providing Jewish camp experiences to the Rochester community. Your support through the Freddy Fund (for Israel) and One Happy Camper grants helps us deliver incredible summers by encouraging kids to attend camp. Thank you!--Aaron and the CSL family."