Recent Donors
  • Leah Pancer $54.00
    Good Luck Chaya!
  • Chanie Liker $18.00
    Good luck Chaya!
  • Dovid And Liba Stein $36.00
    Hatzlocho Raba!
  • Zaiftel Steinmetz $75.00
    Go Chaya Go!!! Hatzlacha!
  • Yona Shanet $18.00
  • Surie Katz $54.00
    You go get em!!
  • Esther Gottesman $100.00
    Hatzlacha, you can do this!
  • Azriel Tauber $100.00
    הצלחה רבה חיה
  • T P $18.00
  • Tzvi Stein $50.00
    To our dearest sister Chaya . We wish you much success in reaching this beautiful goal and reaching many more great goals that we know you have. Thanks for everything you do for us. Tzvi and Batya Stein
  • Eliyahu And Yanky Stein $50.00
    To our very special Tanta Chaya, with much הכרת הטוב for all that you do for us! From, Eliyahu and Yanky
  • Jospeh Stein $50.00
    Goos Luck Chaya, Love Aba and Ima
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I am participating in Hike2Help, as a Zechus for Rabbi Greenwald ZTL. Raising money for Camp Scholarships was a cause very dear to his heart and he spent hours tirelessly working to collect sufficient funds for a needy child to go to camp. . I know from my personal experience that camp can be a life changer, as I was fortunate to have it be so for me. I believe that I would not be the person I am today without summers in Camp Sternberg, and Rabbi Greenwald’s vision, and for that I have tremendous gratitude.

This summer, I will be participating in an Intensive Pioneer experience- THE TRIATHALON by biking from Camp Sternberg to Indian Cliffs, hiking down Indian Cliffs and canoeing down the Delaware for the worthy cause of sending a girl to overnight camp. The ride, hike and canoe trip won't be easy, but neither is life for many children who are struggling with academic or social difficulties, a parent who is ill, divorced, financial difficulty...

My objective is to raise at least $750 by then and I hope you will help me reach this goal. All donations are 100% tax-deductible.

Please contribute by clicking on the donate button now.

Thank you for supporting me and doing so, helping children have a meaningful summer


Chaya Stein