A High-Tech Mitzvah Project
Volunteering for Buddy Basketball inspired Andrew to chose Keshet as his bar mitzvah project, to help raise funds to purchase classroom technology.
A Sense of Community Unity
The adults of Keshet's GADOL Program came together to do good for those in need to make sure that all can observe the upcoming high holidays.
Camp Chi: A Kehillah Built On Inclusion
Camp Chi follows the belief that building a Kehillah (community) together is what makes camp so special. Inclusion plays a key role in building a successful camp Kehillah.
A View From a Keshet Parent
I owe my entire career to the impact Keshet had on me, but I never felt the need for a place like Keshet more than when my daughter Hannah was born.
Avodah: Creating Opportunities for Work & Play
At Camp Chi, young adults with disabilities participate in the Avodah program, offering a vocation-based twist on typical camp recreation.
Women Ride to Raise in Support of Keshet's Adult Programs
Thank you to all of the rockstar riders who supported Keshet's Adult Programs. Over 50 women and countless supporters raised nearly $11,000.
Village Teams: Building Community Among Inclusion Staff
Each summer I want to make camp the best it can be. That means I always need to be looking at how to change things around and make camp better.
Keshet Recognized for Jewish Innovation
We are thrilled that Keshet once again has been named as one of North America’s top 50 innovative Jewish organizations in the annual Slingshot Guide.
Keshet is "Miracle Ground"
The Whitney Reynolds Show featured Keshet's adult programs and the impact they make on participants, families and the community.
Keshet Featured on ABC7 News
ABC7 News aired their "Disability Report" segment on Sunday, November 5, featuring our students as they engage in using sensory boxes! The sensory boxes, created by the company, EarlyVention, feature visual, sensory, and interactive components. These activity boxes are developed for children with autism and different abilities and are assembled by adults with disabilities.