What’s New With The Centennial?

The Outpost Village is Here!

As part of our Centennial celebration, Camp Chi has grown its campgrounds adding a new outdoor adventure campus. The Lecker Family Outpost Village gives campers a chance to reconnect outdoors, learn wilderness skills and develop a greater appreciation for earth’s finest gifts!

Impact Outpost Village

Here for summer. Home for life.

Make An Impact On Camp Chi

We invite you to leave a lasting mark on camp with an Alumni Naming Opportunity in celebration of our 100th summer.

Get together with a group of past camp friends, SIT/CIT classes, family or even as an individual to make a gift to support Camp Chi for decades to come.

To support the Camp Chi Centennial Campaign, please contact Aaron Emalfarb.


Alumni Naming Opportunities

$50,000Gaga Pit at The Commons, Archery Range or Volleyball Court
$50,000Waiting Room, Overnight Dorm, Doctor’s Office or Staff Quarters in the Atkins Family Health Center
$50,000Flagpole at the center of camp outside of the Dining Hall
$36,000Indoor Kitchen or Patio and Café at the Pinsky Family Culinary Arts Center
$36,000Chi Radio, Film, DJ or Rockstars/Jam Band
$36,000Cabin in any of the villages
$25,000Gazebo or other seating area in a location of choice
$25,000Mezuzah and welcome arbor for any of the villages
$25,000Fire circle in any of the villages
$18,000Dispensary/Meds Station, Triage Desk or Confidential Treatment Area in the Atkins Family Health Center
$18,000Outdoor Cooking and Barbecue Equipment at the Pinsky Family Culinary Arts Center
$18,000Specialty Arts & Crafts Equipment and Studio (e.g. photography, pottery)
$10,000Legacy Art Installation in various locations around camp (e.g. Dining Hall, Arts & Crafts Center)
$10,000Sports equipment on the Athletic Field (e.g. basketball hoops, tether ball poles)
$10,000Performing Arts Studios and Equipment

Thank You!

Our Centennial Campaign has raised over $2 million (and counting!) to bring much-needed capital improvements to the 600-acre campus, thanks to the support of generous donors from the community, many of whom are alumni. These upgrades are necessary to meet the needs of today’s camper community to ensure the future of camp. Plus, now Camp Chi has an endowment dedicated to supporting and sustaining these beloved spaces and programming for years to come.

Atkins Family Health Center
Topfer/Vozar Family Cove
Larry Gilford Racquet Center
Putterman Family Gazebo
The Hangout in Noar Village
Witkovsky Family SIT Program
Zaban Refreshment Center in the Atkins Health Center
Hecktman Family Welcome Center in the Atkins Health Center
SIT Fire Circle
Pinsky Family Culinary Arts Center

Hochwert Family Media Arts Center
Picnic Grove Lighting
16 renovated and expanded cabins
7 renovated bathhouses
15,000 square feet of restored, accessible pathways
Pool lifts and new Cove features to ensure accessibility
Cooper Family Outdoor Kitchen
Firsel Family Welcome Arbor in the Picnic Grove
Squirrel Hill Fire Circle

Edward Atkins MD and Cathy Gilford Atkins
Foundation for Jewish Camp
Bonnie Vozar and Topfer Family Foundation
Stacey and Dave Teplinsky
David T. Brown and Suzanne Muchin
Harold Grinspoon Foundation
Julie Lefar
Mark & Caryn Putterman
Marisa and Steven Mandrea
Lisa and Lee Bloom
Robyn and David Nankin
Stephen Vozar
Allen and Robin Berg
Barbara and Stuart Hochwert
Cheryl and Carey Cooper and Family
Jerry Witkovsky and Family
Mark & Lisa Pinsky
Sue Pinsky
Judy and Mel Hecktman
Karen and Adam Firsel

Teplinsky Family
Harris Family Giving Fund in honor of 3 generations of Camp Chi Campers
Addie and Sam Goodman and Family
David Atkins and Faith Botica
Allyson Perling, Glen Hardin and Netta Hardin
Karen and Mark Sperber
Vinik Family, in loving memory of Abe Vinik
Maureen and David Stolman
Mindy and Ed Kirsh and Family
Charlotte and Scott Weissman and Family
Roberta Star
Fran and Ron Levin
Chantal and Ron Blaustein
Ken and Shelley Stolman
Rachel Bronson and John Matthews
Jan and Allen Lev
Shaun and Tara Goldfarb
Michael and Aviva Waitz

A Look Back At 100 Years

Our Centennial summer was one for the record books! We’re honoring this milestone summer with a celebration video commemorating Chi’s 100-year history. Enjoy!

Make a Gift to Camp Chi

For nearly 100 years, campers have spent summers at Chi making new friends, building confidence, learning skills and developing values that stay with them long after camp ends. As we celebrate Camp Chi’s centennial year in 2021, let’s help ensure the vitality of Camp Chi and the strength of our community for another 100 years.

Support Camp Chi Today

Centennial Kick-Off Highlights

Thanks to all who joined us to kick-off Camp Chi’s Centennial summer on Sun., May 23. Your ongoing commitment to updating our campus and supporting the place we call home will be felt for decades to come. We look forward to continuing the celebration throughout this summer and beyond.

See the Event

Plus, take a look at our Centennial Summer Kick-off and construction of our new Health Center.

Alumni, Get Involved!

Whether you went to Camp Chi for one summer or nine, you’ve made an impact on Chi’s 100-year history, and now we want to hear from you! As a Camp Chi alum, please fill out our Alumni Census so we can connect with you to share the latest camp news and opportunities happening in Lake Delton, WI! We can’t wait to reconnect with you!

Take the Census

Visit Our Alumni Page