We here at FJC are thankful for a lot of things. This time of year we’d like take the opportunity to share some of them with you…
Jeremy: I’m thankful for my wonderful colleagues who partner together to enable more kids to experience joyous Judaism through camp.
Carol: I’m thankful for my nephews!
Josh: I’m thankful for all of my camp friends and campers, and for getting the chance to keep being involved with all things camp during the year here at FJC!
Abby: I’m thankful for my family, friends, colleagues, and the creativity that my work allows. I’m also thankful for Breaking Bad.
Allison: I’m thankful that we get to see the magic of Jewish camp in action each and every day.
Samantha: I am extremely thankful for my amazing family and friends. And Netflix.
Avi: I am thankful that my children are getting old enough to think about what they want to get their cousins for Hanukkah before they think about what they want for themselves.
Star: I am thankful for all of the growth lessons learned and for continuing to experience authentic connections with people.
Melissa: I am thankful for the values my camp taught me that I fuse into my day to day lifestyle.
Michele: I am thankful for wonderful colleagues at the Foundation for Jewish Camp!
Rebecca L.: I’m thankful for the family and friends who always support me in realizing my dreams.
Val: I am thankful that this is the first year that I will be spending the holidays as a married lady. I’m also thankful that I come to work every day and enjoy what I do.
Alina: I’m thankful for being able to make a difference with the work I do.
Matthew: I’m thankful that the Jets currently have a better record than the Giants… and for wings.
Jillian: I am thankful for the friends I made at camp each summer in Brookline, NH and the three new generations of Tevya campers that have been born this year!
Rebecca K.: I’m thankful to have a new nephew – a future happy camper!
Fani: I’m thankful for my loving family, good friends, great colleagues, being an American, and the opportunity to contribute to the Jewish community.
Alyia: I’m thankful for camp for bringing me and my husband together and leading me towards my career at FJC!
Aimee: This year, I am thankful for family traditions, for hot cocoa weather, for marrying a man I can’t wait to grow old with, and for a rewarding career that allows me to pass on the joy of camp to a new generation of campers.
Alicia: I’m thankful to have a happy, healthy family, caring friends, and a rewarding job with great colleagues.
Feel free to tell us what you are thankful for too!