URJ Congregations: Welcome!
Thank you for helping us spread the word about URJ Youth Programs. Here you’ll find ready-to-use materials to help you advertise our programs and a chance to request materials to be sent to your congregation at no cost.
Spread the Word
All URJ Youth Programs
Designed to give your congregation the info and resources you need to discuss these youth engagement opportunities with your families. Look for the 2018 – 2019 edition in the mail this August!
Specific URJ Youth Programs
Our camps, teen, and travel programs all have marketing toolkits, which include ready-to-use flyers, graphics for social media and e-newsletters, and other useful tools.
11 Ways to Promote URJ Camps & Youth Programs in Your Congregation
From camp-themed Shabbats to Mitzvah Corps alumni giving a social justice D’var Torah on your Bima, we’ve got lots of ideas to share the magic of URJ Camps & Youth Programs in your Congregation. Download the full list >
One Happy Camper gives campers a gift toward their first summer at Jewish overnight camp. The Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC), in partnership with organizations across North America, offers incentive grants of up to $1,000 to first-time overnight Jewish Campers.
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We need your help in identifying those for whom URJ Youth programs will help them grow, have fun and learn how to live our Reform Jewish values. Please nominate youth from your congregation, and we will take care of the rest!
Schedule a visit from one of our program professionals! We’ll visit your congregation to meet with prospective participants and their families. We are also happy to meet with your lay leaders, clergy and staff to share information and strategize about how we can partner together to provide incredible immersive Jewish experiences for your congregants.
The Union for Reform Judaism is a leader in providing young people with immersive Jewish experiences. Many congregations choose to showcase URJ Youth programs on their websites, as an extension of the work they are doing with youth in their community. Here are some examples of congregational websites that showcase what the URJ has to offer: