- Field of Interest:
- At-Risk Youth, Youth
Founded in 2002 after the murder by terrorists of 13-year-old boy Koby Mandell, Keren Koby Mandell offers therapeutic programs for families and children of those struck by terror and other tragedies. Its programs offer emotional, physical and spiritual healing and a support network for grieving families. The organization’s flagship program, Camp Koby serves more than 1,000 orphaned youth through camps in the summer, winter and spring.
Camp Koby provides primarily orphaned youth who have suffered loss of an immediate family member due to terror or tragedy with therapeutic services and community.