MyShliach opened its first-ever virtual summer camp, an interactive camp experience that includes crafts, learning, stories, games, and more.
No more long summer mornings! This summer, Yaldei Hashluchim across the globe will be beginning each day with interactive learning and fun experiences, in an atmosphere permeated with chassidishkeit as part of MyShliach’s newest initiative.
Now for its first summer ever, MyShliach’s Virtual Summer Camp is an interactive camp experience that includes crafts, learning, stories, games, and more. Every weekday from 10:00 AM until 12:30, Yaldei Hashluchim will be learning new skills like safrus and sewing, having fun, and uniting with friends while impacting the rest of their day in a positive, chassidish way.
“As many children will find themselves at home without any camp experience to go to, The goal of MyShliach’s virtual camp is to provide Yaldei Hashluchim with a structured beginning part of their day infused with learning and Chassidishkeit in an engaging atmosphere” says Rabbi Mendy Shanowitz, Director of MyShliach.
The camp will be overseen by Rabbi Shaya Itkin, with Yossi Elberg as Boys Division Director and Bina Gorman for the Girls Division.
MyShliach’s goal is to provide a community for Shluchim’s children. A virtual camp provides another way for Yaldei Hashluchim to reunite with old friends, connect with new ones, and have a good time with their peers.
MyShliach’s Virtual Camp is available for boys and girls in grades 1-6, and will take place July 6 – August 3 at two convenient times to cater to various time zones. To learn more or to sign up, please visit www.myshliach.com/virtualcamp or email [email protected]