At Mosh, we have a system of sharing called Kupa. Kupa appears in concrete ways around camp, like how we share food, toiletries, and money. It also shows itself in more abstract ways– Kupa fosters a community where everyone cares about each other and treats each other equally.
One of the ways we use Kupa throughout the summer is the Kupa Trip. A portion of each camper’s tuition is put in a communal fund of money that pays for a fun activity for all of machaneh (camp) to do together. This year, we had a Kupa Carnival at camp! Chanichim (campers) got to hang out on the softball field and enjoy moon bounces, cotton candy, snow cones, face paint, slip and slides, and more. Check out some pictures from this fun afternoon!