Envisioned as an open-air stage/bandstand at the JCC Camps in Medford, Ravi’s Bimah is where all 2,000 campers and staff will meet for morning flagpole, special all-camp events, color wars and so much more. The structure is named to honor the memory of SJ Mag’s Exec Editor Jayne Feld’s son Ravi Bloom, who was 17 when he died in a tragic car accident in 2021.

Jayne and her family consider the bimah a perfect way to remember Ravi, who treasured times when his community joined together in positive ways to do good in the world. As a camper, he counted down days until the start of camp, when he could spend his days playing com-petitive sports and fishing. As a counselor, he was a leader who had the gift to make children feel loved, and he truly enjoyed caring for them. To make a donation, visit sjmagazine.net.


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January 2023
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