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Habonim Dror Camp Moshava

Office: 6101 Executive Boulevard, Ste 319| North Bethesda, MD 20852 | Campsite: 615 Cherry Hill Road| Street, MD 21154 

Phone: (301) 348-7339 (office ) or (410) 893-7006 (camp) | Email: info@campmosh.org
 

 

We hold local activities throughout the year in, so you can see camp friends, make new friends and engage in Mosh activities year-round.  

 

Check out what's happening in the DC area!

 

Upcoming Events

February 9

TU B'SHVAT EVENT

Celebrate Tu B'Shvat with all of your friends from the summer!

TIME: 3-5pm

LOCATION: NW Washington DC

MARCH 8

PURIM CARNIVAL

Celebrate Purim with all of your friends from the summer!

TIME: 2-4pm

LOCATION: TBD

HAVDALLAH & DINNER

MARCH 28

Come end Shabbat with your Mosh pals.

TIME: 7-9pm

LOCATION: TBD

 

Bonimot Tzedek Events 

Bonimot Tzedek is our social justice leadership program for high school students. Click here for more information about Bonimot Tzedek! 

January 12th

Organizing Skills Workshop

Bonimot Tzedek will gather to plan and strategize our next steps in working toward immigrant justice in Montgomery County and DC. We will also learn important organizing skills such as outreach and relationship building! 

 

Time: 3pm-5pm

RSVP: Email tzedek@campmosh.org for location details. 

February 2nd 

Jews United for Justice will lead us in a training about how to write testimonies in favor of the issues that matter most to us. We will have the chance to write and submit our own testimonies for Maryland Legislators to read! We also will prepare for JUFJ's lobby night in Annapolis. 

Time: 3pm-5pm

RSVP: Email tzedek@campmosh.org for location details. 

Testimony & Lobby Night Training 

February 17th 

We will join our partners at JUFJ in Annapolis to lobby state senators and delegates about issues of immigrant justice, police accountability, and more. Transportation from Silver Spring will be provided! 

Time: 5pm-8pm

RSVP: Email tzedek@campmosh.org for location details. 

Lobby Night

March 1st 

Organizers from Young People for Progress will come speak to us about issues associated with policing in Montgomery County and how young people can get involved in the fight for racial justice and police accountability. 

Time: 3pm-5pm 

RSVP: Email tzedek@campmosh.org for location details. 

Youth for Police Accountability