Beth and Jeff are pictured with two of their three children, Gabi (top) and Brett.
Back in the 1940s, there were these incredible visionary leaders who had this crazy idea to buy a plot of land in the Northwoods of Wisconsin far away from our big population centers, and start a Jewish camp. They started a Jewish camp that literally revolutionized Jewish education – that’s what we’re talking about with Ramah. So now it’s our turn. It’s over 60 years later and it’s our generation’s turn to see to it that we move the ball forward…To see to it that 30 years from now, 40 years from now, 50 years from now, and even beyond, that that vision of the founders of the camp had so many years ago is safe and secure. We have to give the gift of Ramah to future generations and legacy giving is one of the ways to do that. – Jeff Kopin
I can’t think of anything more amazing than a legacy that we can leave behind to ensure the future of Ramah. Camp Ramah has been a powerful experience for our kids and our family. It was given to us and now we have the opportunity to give back.