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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you provide lunch?

Camp Gan Izzy provides a healthy lunch (protein, vegetable & carb) and a morning & afternoon snack. 

Will kids have a chance to play outside?

Each day the campers will have outdoor play in our garden as well as field trips to local parks.

Are the Camp Counselors trained in CPR?

Our team undergoes extensive training, including comprehensive instruction in CPR and First Aid techniques, to ensure the well-being of every camper.

About our Camp Counselors?

At the heart of a thriving camp experience lies child development, a cornerstone we prioritize. Central to our success is our exceptional staff, renowned for their warmth and dedication to nurturing each child's unique journey.

Can my child bring any toy’s stuffed animals, or dolls from home?

We strongly discourage campers bringing in their personal items to camp for fear of loss and damage. The Camp won't be held responsible for these items.

My child still naps, will there be a nap in the Camp schedule?

Summer camp schedule does not allow for nap time. 

My child is not potty trained, can they still join?

All campers must be potty trained to join the camp. 

Will there be Camp on Tisha B'Av?

Yes, Camp will be half a day on Tisha B'Av from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm

 If my child is sick, can they still attend camp?

Gan Izzy is only equipped to care for children who are in good health. If your child exhibits any of the following symptoms they must be kept at home and be symptom free for 24hrs.

  • Fever of 38 degrees or more

  • Vomiting or diarrhea

  • A contagious disease (chicken pox, measles, lice and ringworm) 


Does my child need to be vaccinated?

All children who attend camp are required to be vaccinated


What is your refund policy?

Gan Israel Tel Aviv is not responsible for providing make-up days or issuing a refund for camp days missed due to illness, scheduling conflicts, emergencies or other events beyond our control. No refunds will be given.

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