For over thirty years, Keshet’s camp programs have been the model of inclusion, accessibility and belonging. We’re thrilled to announce that three of Keshet’s camps have earned the highest level of accreditation from the National Inclusion Project, an honor that only a small group of programs around the country have received. NIP has designated Keshet as a leader and change maker in inclusive recreation, going above and beyond to ensure that inclusion is indeed the expectation, not the exception, for all campers.
Camp is just around the corner! We know that camp can be an adjustment for all kids and parents. We want to equip campers and parents with some tips that can best set them up for success at camp this summer.
The only thing better than waffles are rainbow waffles! Check out the recipe and follow along to make your own waffle.
In a short amount of time, Keshet and the Chicago Mitzvah Campaign have built a reciprocal relationship based on trust, warmth and connection. It’s amazing to see what can happen when people in the community believe in Keshet’s mission and its participants just as much as we do.
Joining this community Zumba class is proof that inclusion and belonging are needed no matter your age, ability or interests, and can be accomplished in the most unexpected of ways.
GADOL team members researched and made three Passover recipes. They wanted to share all three of these recipes so you can get inspired and make them for your own Seder!
Congrats to the six people who bring Keshet values to life every single day!
Amazing is more than the statistics and the numbers. Amazing are all people who are thriving in Keshet’s programs. Amazing is our Board and our team of 130 staff. Amazing is the dedication and support of our families and community partners. Amazing is all of you.
Keshet is celebrating Purim…here’s a sneak peak of all the fun things we’re doing!
The power of Keshet’s community is like no other. Whether I’m working at camp or 100 miles away at school, I feel the love every day.
The beauty of being a Keshet or Ida Crown student is that at the end of the day, we are ALL learning real life skills so that we can have bright futures!
Keshet and other organizations we partner with have imparted on my students the most important teaching that I feel Judaism has to offer: V’Ahavta Lereiacha Kamocha, or love your neighbor as yourself.
One of the unique aspects of working at Keshet is being able to develop new inclusion opportunities between students at Keshet and our host schools. Seeing students form meaningful relationships and a newfound passion for inclusion is equally exciting and heartwarming.