Participating Camps

CAMPS Access Grants and One Happy Camper Grants are available—for children attending Jewish and non-Jewish day schools—at the following camps:

Camp B’nai Brith Montreal

Since 1921 Camp B'nai Brith has built Jewish identity, independence, fostered friendships, and created a lifetime worth of memories. For more information, visit

Camp Kinneret-Biluim

Personal growth and the development of self-confidence and meaningful friendships are the hallmark of the Camp Kinneret-Biluim experience. Camp Kinneret-Biluim enjoys a stellar reputation and the greatest camper retention and staff satisfaction rates in the industry. Our site is spectacular, and the activity options are endless. Our award-winning program is inclusive, challenging, action-packed, and so much fun! Every year we strive to build on our success making each subsequent season our BEST SUMMER EVER! Visit

Camp Massad

Our mission is to ensure that every camper enjoys a fun, safe, and nurturing summer through meaningful Jewish experiences rooted in a Shabbat observant and Zionist environment. Campers are embraced into our Massad family, all the while being enveloped by our רוח, and our מסורת מסד. Through our quality programs, our campers benefit from individualized attention, skill-development, and take pride in their accomplishments. In our inclusive community, campers and staff form lifelong friendships, and are inspired to live a Jewish life. Camp Massad is located in the Laurentians of Quebec, only a 75 minute drive from Montreal. For more information, visit

Harry Bronfman Y Country Camp

An affiliate of the Montreal YM-YWHA, Y Country Camp provides a friendly and supportive atmosphere that emphasizes self-esteem and self-reliance through sports, arts, nature activities and outdoor adventures. Get more information at

Other participating summer camps

One Happy Camper grants are also available to students attending a non-Jewish school who attend the following camps:


Why choose a Jewish summer camp?

The impact of the Jewish summer camp is immediate and long-lasting.

Summer camp is so much more than bonfires and color wars. At camp, children have the chance to explore their identity - and discover what they want to become - in a dynamic, inspiring and fun environment.

In addition to making friends with other Jewish children, Jewish summer camps give children a chance to be exposed to Jewish life and values. Through the new connections they make, campers can explore their connection to Judaism while having an unforgettable summer.