Cincinnati Kids4Peace brings together Jewish, Christian and Muslim middle school students to learn about other religions, equality and social justice to pursue peace in our surrounding communities. Campers will:

• Come together to learn about other religions through visits to a mosque, church and synagogue

• Engage in team-building and empowerment exercises

• Learn leadership skills such as bringing people together and advocating for social justice in your community

• Volunteer at a social action organization

Join us this summer to learn, play, sing and explore while making new friends!

Kids4Peace Camp is held at different locations during the week; the Islamic Center of Cincinnati in West Chester, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Montgomery, Adath Israel Congregation in Amberley Village, and a social action organization in the community. Tuition for the five-day camp is $150; scholarships are available. Apply at www.k4p.org/summer2018.

For more information, contact Natalie Shribman, Cincinnati K4P program coordinator at Cincinnati@k4p.org.

Download a flyer: Cincinnati K4P Summer Camp 2018 flyer