HIV/AIDS Programs

Camp Programs

  • Summer Camp - June 30 - July 6, 2019

    Camp Laurel’s Summer Camp Session 1 is a weeklong camp for children ages 6-17. Summer Camp focuses on environmental education and recreational programming while catering to the fragile physical and mental health of children and youth living with HIV/AIDS. The program works to increase each child’s self-esteem and empowers them through the development of important life skills needed to build independent, successful and healthy lives. Daily, campers experience exciting activities such as high ropes, low ropes, archery, swimming, canoeing and so much more!

    Contact Vanessa Medina for more information.

    Camper Application

  • Winter Family Camp - February 15-18, 2020

    Camp Laurel’s Family Camp program offers a unique opportunity for families to come together away from the stresses and isolation associated with HIV/AIDS. Based on the belief that families play an essential role in the emotional, physical and social development of children, this program focuses on strengthening the family unit, while creating an environment that helps to foster peer support groups. Here our families are free to experience all that camps have to offer in a safe and supportive environment.

    Contact Vanessa Medina for more information.

  • Halloween Fest Memories


    Click here to see memories from our Halloween Fest!

Day Events

  • Back To School Carnival Event - August 10, 2019

    Our Back To School Carnival brings families together for an afternoon of fun, games, food and all their camp friends! The Back to School Carnival is open to any family that has attended a The Laurel Foundation Program in the past.

    Please email Vanessa Medina or call 626-683-0800 to for more details or to RSVP.

  • PAC Mentorship Program March 10, 2019

    The Laurel Foundation is excited to announce its new partnership with the Pediatric AIDS Coalition of UCLA. This new partnership will host 4 Mentorship Day Camps and one weekend retreat for youth ages 8-17 affected by HIV/AIDS.

    The Mentorship program consists of day events in Los Angeles where the kids get to participate in fun activities such as Laser Tag, Beach Day, Field Day at UCLA and more. They are FUN and free! Free transportation too!

    The next Mentorship program is a Scavenger Hunt on March 10th at Grand Park in Downtown. If you are interested please RSVP by March 6th!

    2019 Dates:
    Winter Mentorship: March 10, 2019
    Spring Mentorship (Family Event): May 18, 2019

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