Multiple Ways To Give

GFC Receives Challenge Grant!

Looking to get the most out of your donation to Greene Family Camp?

If so, become a Friend of GFC by making a first-time gift of $100 – $2,500. When you do, JCamp 180, one of the leading funders of Jewish summer camping, will match your contribution by 10%. Sustain your gift in 2016 and 2017, and JCamp 180 will match it by 20% and 30%, respectively!

By taking advantage of this generous offer, you’ll help support Greene’s Campaign for the Courtyard, a two phase effort to renovate and enhance the original courtyard at GFC. In addition, your contribution will enable the growing number of campers with financial need experience the summer of a lifetime, as well as help sustain our new and exciting year-around programs!

If you’re already a Friend of GFC, thank you! And even if you can’t take advantage of this challenge grant, we hope you’ll follow the example of so many first-time donors by renewing your support with a sustaining gift over the next three years.

Thank you!


Other Ways to Give


Donation by Check or Money

Send a check or money order payable to “URJ Greene Family Camp” and mail to: URJ Greene Family Camp, c/o Larry Nathan, 1192 Smith Lane, Bruceville, TX 76630.

Buy a Brick

Buy a personalized brick and become a permanent part of GFC History. Year after year, you can remember the vital role you had in ensuring the growth of URJ Greene Family Camp. These bricks will be memorialized in a camp walkway. Dedicate a personalized brick in memory of someone special, to commemorate your time at camp, or to delight your current camper. Your donation will go to support our capital campaign.

Brick SizeDonation AmountNumber of LinesCharacters per Line
4 x 8$250Up to Three Lines18 Characters per Line
8 x 8$500Up to Six Lines18 Characters per Line
12 x 12$1000Up to Six Lines36 Characters per Line
16 x 16$2500Up to Twelve Lines36 Characters per Line

For more information, please contact Larry Nathan at


Legacy Society for Living Judaism

Jewish camping is the strongest stimulus to building Jewish identity in youth. Camp’s mission is to increase the self-esteem of our campers, strengthen their Jewish identity, and create a stronger Jewish community.

The Legacy Society for Living Judaism was formed to secure the future of Greene Family Camp. Through the inclusion of camp in the estate planning of its members, the long-term success of camp’s mission will be achieved for generations to come.

To make Greene Family Camp part of your estate plan, and ensure the long-term success of the camps, let us know by completing a Letter of Intent. We recommend speaking with your financial advisor to discuss what is optimal to meet your needs.

To discuss your planned gift to camp, contact Larry Nathan at or at (254) 859-5411.