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#KramerNeverStops #HilltopNeverStops: A Community Comes Together to Help

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The desire to help with our recovery efforts following the devastation caused by the Woolsey Fire at Camp Hess Kramer and Gindling Hilltop Camp has been overwhelming, and we are so very grateful. If you’d like to help in our Camp Recovery, please visit wbtcamps.org/recovery. Many alumni and camp families have responded by holding special and unique fundraisers for our camp recovery effort.

The desire to help with our recovery efforts following the devastation caused by the Woolsey Fire at Camp Hess Kramer and Gindling Hilltop Camp has been overwhelming, and we are so very grateful. If you’d like to help in our Camp Recovery, please visit wbtcamps.org/recovery. View the images below to see how alumni and camp families have contributed to our camp recovery effort.

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(L-R) Lexi Eskovitz, Camille Weinstein, Nathan Kaufman, and Dylan Eskovitz held a bake sale outside of Whole Foods Market in Santa Monica. 

(L-R) Katie Zipkin-Leed, Jordan Cohn, Jenna Burt, and Alexandra Kugler hosted a fundraising ice cream social in honor of Camp Hess Kramer. As members of Tulane University’s Sigma Delta Tau, these Camp Hess Kramer alumni were passionate about giving back to such a special place. 

Camp Alums Julie Berkus and Jessica Mischna held a fundraiser, selling camp t-shirts (and sweatshirts) as worn by the Goldstein family from McKinney, Texas. 

Zoe Helphand hosted a bake sale and raised money as her mitzvah project for her upcoming bat mitzvah in February, telling us, “I am excited to be able to give back to the camp that means so much to me.” 

Erica Wenger made and sold friendship bracelets. 

Julie Mayerson Brown donated 100 percent of the December royalties for her book, Long Dance Home

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