Make the Campitheater Accessible to All
Through this campaign, Camp Butwin will be able to build a new amphitheater (lovingly known as the Campitheater), allowing this central meeting place at camp to be more accessible, friendlier for the environment, and safer for our campers. The Campitheater is the one place at camp where everyone comes together, where one voice becomes hundreds, through song, storytelling, and celebration. So many of the things that define Butwin culture happen at the Campitheater.
We hope you will consider helping us with this important project. Gifts of all sizes are appreciated and every gift matters.
“Both of our kids are Camp Butwin ‘lifers’ – they’ve spent every summer at camp from Galim through Tzofim, and they’ve loved every minute. As parents, what we love the most is the culture of community at camp: the togetherness, the inclusion, and the authentic sense of ‘we are all a part of this.’ Every kid, parent, and counselor really feels that, no matter their age, religion, or background. The amphitheater at camp is literally the physical manifestation of that sense of community. So many of the things that define Butwin culture happen at the amphitheater. That’s why we’re so excited to support the campaign for the new amphitheater–it’s the space where the magic happens!”
– Ami Berger and Brian Lindeman