Recent Donors
  • Avivit Mikhli $36
    Ur amazing vivs. Rabbi G would b so proud. Knock em dead
  • Suri Weisz $18.00
    In honor of Aviva the Rebbetzin Gluck! You go girl!
  • Leah Greenbaum $50.00
  • Michal Chody $18.00
    Supporting you all the way! Lots of love xx
  • Leah Singer $100
    To the best neighbor! :) go Aviva!!
  • Anonymous Sponsor $36
  • Daniel Stok $18
    Take a hike
  • Shoshi Koslowitz $100.00
  • Aryeh Weiss $250.00
  • SLava Deitsch $18.00
    Go Aviva!!
  • Olga Kislyanova $72.00
  • Natan Klein $1000
  • Baruch Klahr $100
    In honor of Aviva (and Zvi!) - keep up the amazing work!
  • Shimmy Idels $72.00
    Good luck!! Sorolle Idels
  • Anonymous Sponsor $500.00
    In honor of Aviva & Zvi Gluck!
  • Laura Silverstein $18
  • Batya Feigenbaum $18
    AVIVA GLUCK!! You are amazing!! I"m so proud to call you my friend!
  • Susie Shtundel $50
    Aviva the great
  • Lindsey Storch $18
  • Shani Klein $18.00
    In honor of my lifelong Sternberg buddy! Love you Aviva!!!
  • Jack Jaffa $1000
    Keep up the good work!!! Jaffa Family
  • Moshe And Arielle Wolfson $500.00
    In honor of Aviva Gluck
  • Chanie Fingerer $36
  • Leah Chaya Gluck $10.00
    So proud of my mother
  • Mendy Braun $180
    In honor of H26
  • Gayil Helprin $18.00
  • Yanky And Maayan Davis $18
  • Barbara And Mark Silber $180
    Keep it up!
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Rabbi Greenwald helped to shape the life of thousands of girls who came to Sternberg. He believed in every single camper. Whether she had a physical handicapped, or had emotional issues. Whether she was from a broken home, or her family wasn’t religious, or she wasn’t religious. Whether they didn’t speak English, or didn’t want to speak because they were broken. Every single girl had a chance to flourish in camp. Programs were created and changed and reworked to include everyone. 

On a personal level he helped to shape my life as well. When he came out on to the baseball field and always hit the ball into far left outfield. When he listened to my friends and I, when we as 13 year olds helped create a new program. When he believed in a brand new nurse (literally hours after my boards). When he took the time to pay attention to my children, who to this day walk around camp picking up trash l’zacher nishamas Rabbi Greenwald. 

Please help me continue his legacy and allow girls to come to camp, for a summer that may very well change their lives too.