Camp Tzadi Contest!

Earn money for camp by entering our coloring and essay contests!

Camp Tzadi Staff

Camp Tzadi

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Hi, Campers! We are so excited for Camp Tzadi this summer—we almost literally cannot wait. And we already have many amazing campers signed up with a great counselor team ready for ten awesome days of fun we have planned.

If you are still working toward earning money for camp here is a great way to get out some creative energy and earn money for your tuition.

Option One: Camp Tzadi Coloring Contest

If you are an artist and love colors this is the contest for you. You can earn money for camp by completing our Camp Tzadi coloring page. The winner will receive $50 that can be used for camp tuition as well as have their artwork displayed at the First Fruits of Zion National Shavu‘ot Conference!

Download Coloring Page

Option Two: Camp Tzadi Essay Contest

In a standard four- or five-paragraph essay answer the following question: “What does it mean to choose the path of righteousness?” citing a minimum of four Scripture verses. Maximum word count is 600 words.

The winner will receive $100 toward camp tuition and the essay will be displayed at the First Fruits of Zion National Shavu‘ot Conference!

  • Submissions for both contests are due by Midnight (CST) on Wednesday, May 24th, 2017
  • Please send submissions to email: 1221 AT ffoz.org or post on our Facebook page with the hashtag #1221contest
  • Contestants must be between the ages of 12-21

We can’t wait to see the wonderful, creative ideas and expressions you come up with!

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