Parents FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What if my child has specific dietary needs or any food allergies?

We have years of successful experience respecting and satisfying any special dietary requirements (such as celiac, sensitivity to glucose, peanut allergies, veganism, vegetarianism, etc.). Please indicate this in the space provided on the Registration Form in order for us to plan and provide for your child.

Is there a discount for registering two children?

Full price for participation-NIC 6300 Two brothers- NIC 5850 per camper. Returning camper NIC 5850.

What is the cancellation policy?

In case of cancellation before June 1st - you will receive a full refund except for the 250 NIS registration fee.
In case of cancellation between June 1st and June 30th - you will receive a full refund except for 1,500 NIS cancellation fee.
In the event of cancellation for any reason after July 1th - there will be no refund and full tuition will be charged.

How can I contact my child during camp?

To get in touch with your child, you can send to: mail2camper@ouisrael.org with your child's name and grade written in the subject line. In addition, in an emergency, you can contact Camp Dror Project Director by phone at 050-202-2085

What is the camp's Kashrut?

The camp's food is Kosher LeMehadrin

Should I send bedding?

There is no need to send sheets, pillows, blankets or sleeping bags. It is important to send bath and face towels.

Until when can I register?

You can register for Camp Dror until July 1, 2019 (subject to availability), but we recommend that you register as soon as possible in order to get the early registration discount.

Why Camp Dror?

Camp Dror will provide a unique and rich experience for your children combined with great fun. Campers meet with youth from all over the country and the world and create a special relationship with the staff. Camp Dror is the perfect combination of values, personal development and fun.

Is the staff trained?

The camp’s staff is carefully chosen. The staff is experienced in instructing children and youth and undergoes specialized training before the camp session begins.

Are there things I shouldn't send with my child? Do I need to send money with my child?

We recommend that you not send valuables with your children. Full room and board is provided so there is no need to send money. However, if you're interested in sending your child pocket money (there is a grocery store next to the camp), we recommend that you send no more than 250 NIS for the duration of their stay in camp. Please do not send laptops, tablets, music players or other electronic devices. We do not allow the use of such devices during camp because they can negatively impact the experience of the fellow campers. Regarding cellphones: On the first day of camp all cellphones will be collected and safeguarded by the camp staff. On Fridays, campers will receive their cellphones for a few hours in order to call family and friends before Shabbat.