A Chabad camp for disadvantaged children, held at a European ski resort, recently ended its first session.
The camp provided dozens of disadvantaged children from across Europe an unprecedented opportunity for fun in a wholesome atmosphere, benefiting body and soul.
The camp was held in the Austrian Alps, where the children studied, prayed, and enjoyed various snow sports and activities.
The camp is a joint project of the Lauder Chabad School in Vienna under the direction of Rabbi Dov Gruzman and the European welfare organization ‘Alef,’ headed by Rabbi Levi Kanelsky. The camp was sponsored by the Tag Foundation headed by Rabbi Yossi Ives.