With the official launch of RamahDate on Friday, May 15, the press continues to show us some love!
While Ethan and Erin did not attend Ramah together, they met halfway around the world in Israel in 2009.
While Rafi and Rachael did not meet at Camp Ramah, Ramah has been a large part of their lives, contributing to the shared values and experiences that are important to them.
Ami Yares has been making headlines for his incredible project translating the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia’s music into Hebrew.
Nearly 150 Ramah families and friends turned out on Sunday April 19 for the first Reshet Ramah Family Fun Day.
Since the start of 2015, Reshet Ramah, along with our camp alumni associations and the Ramah College Network, have collectively facilitated many programs across North America.
On Wednesday, March 4, 120 Ramah alumni and friends joined together in New York City for the Purim Shpiel Stand-Up + Megillah Reading at the Broadway Comedy Club in New York City.
For the second year in a row, thanks to the efforts of Congressman Ted Deutch (D-FL-21), Ramah Poconos alumnus and Ramah Darom parent, 100 alumni and friends of Ramah participated in a nighttime tour of the U.S. Capitol this past Sunday evening. Many of those who attended were in Washington, D.C. for this year’s AIPAC […]
My association with Ramah began when I was twelve years old in 1948 at Ramah in Maine. Fast forward to Ramah in Wisconsin, 1958.
What’s the Ramah connection to last night’s State of the Union address? Just this amazing Twitter conversation between Camp Ramah in the Poconos alums Jake Tapper and Congressman Ted Deutch.