While it may not be camp as we know it, we have always known that camp is not a physical space but truly is found in the emotional space of the heart. It is there, that we now connect with our youth and provide creative, impactful and intentional programing that will empower the youth. Our mission and goals remain the same, we are just delivering them in a different manner.With physical fundraising events canceled, The Laurel Foundation has lost over $200,000 in donations in the past two months. We are asking, this Giving Tuesday Now, that you support The Laurel Foundation, so that we may continue to serve our youth. Every donation matters! Your support will truly bring HOPE into the lives of children affected by HIV/AIDS and transgender/gender diverse youth. Let’s listen to the youth tell us why The Laurel Foundation is so important.