In its sixth decade, Camp Shalom offers summer experiences for more than 950 children each year. Camp Shalom serves children of all religions, ethnicities, and abilities, and provides scholarships for low-income families. Camp Shalom offers three specialized programs starting in June of each year.
Camp Shalom is for children entering Kindergarten through 5th grade. Children enjoy recreational and educational activites including swimming, games and sports, and arts and crafts.
Camp Shalom Bogrim, which means between childhood and adulthood in Hebrew, is for children entering 6th through 9th grade. Campers are encouraged to develop a craft or skill, and also participate in recreational, educational, and nature activities.
Camp Shalom Noar, which means youth in Hebrew, is an adventure camp for children entering 6th through 9th grade. Campers visit state parks throughout Southern Wisconsin and enjoy recreational, athletic and sports activities.
Family education programs
Havdalah picnics, summer pool parties, holiday programming, and more for families with children of all ages.
Hundreds of community members attend our annual Israel Independence Day festival at the Goodman Campus each Spring.
Hava Nagila Annual Community Picnic
More than 1,000 community members attend our end-of-summer event at the Goodman Campus each August.
Jewish Federation of Madison
6434 Enterprise Lane
Madison, WI 53719-1117
Phone: (608) 278-1808
Fax: (608) 278-7814
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
or by appointment
We are located in the Max Weinstein Jewish Community Building on Madison's far west side, wheelchair-accessible, and close to major bus lines.