Share your simcha, make a smile

Why not make your Simcha into a mitzvah by asking your guests to give a donation to Camp Simcha instead of a gift, or by using it to raise money through a sponsored activity to mark your celebration.  

If you are hosting a simcha, asking your guests to give a donation instead of a gift or raising money through a sponsored event would turn it into an amazing mitzvah.  If you are attending a simcha you could make a gift to Camp Simcha in the name of the host to benefit our children and families which would be an amazing present!
We will provide you with wording to go on your invitation and feature your simcha or sponsored event on a dedicated page on our website. Each donor will be thanked personally and you will be kept informed as donations are received, without disclosing individual amounts. After your simcha we will send you a beautiful, commemorative certificate to mark the occasion. Alternatively, if you are the one attending a simcha you could make a gift
to Camp Simcha in the name of the host to benefit our children and families which would be an amazing present!
Please contact Sarah Jayne to get started.

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This is 13 year old Ben Stankler who competed in the Warrior Adrenalin Race as part of a year and a half of challenges to complete his adult black belt. he passed his black belt the same week as his Barmitzvah and raised £1000 for Camp Simcha.To donate to a current simcha, please click on the link below and select ‘donate to a simcha’ in the drop down menu. Then select the name of the simcha you are making a donation in aid of.

View and donate to one of our current simchas.

Alternatively, if the simcha is not in the list, why not send us a donation to mark the special occasion of a family member or friend? As a thank you, the celebrant will receive a certificate to mark your donation made in their honour.

Donations through ‘Make A Simcha, Make A Smile’ raise vital funds to help us continue supporting families coping with serious childhood illness.