HIV/AIDS Programs

Camp Programs

  • Virtual Programs

    In light of recent events and social distancing, we have chosen to continue to spread the Camp Laurel Spirit via online video programs on Zoom that will provide social and mental health support. For more information on virtual programs, please visit our 2020 Virtual Programs Page. Programs are open to youth across the nation! If your child would like to participate please contact Andrea.


  • Winter Family Camp 2021: Feb. 13-16, 2021!

    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. Parents with their children (ages 3-17) are welcome to attend together! 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 Andrea or call 626-683-0800 for more information.





    Day Events

      Please contact our Bilingual Outreach Coordinator Andrea for information about these upcoming events. We will only host in-person events once it is safe to do so.

    • Spook-A-Thon: Oct. 23, 2020, 6:30-9:30pm

      Join us for a spooky fun virtual party filled with  games, costume contests and a halloween movie! Don’t miss out!

    • Holiday Party - Dec. 6, 2020

      Our Holiday Party is a festive event to bring our families and youth together. Families will recieve a delicous meal and gifts for all the children in their family. This will be a pick-up event with minimal contact.

      Please contact our Bilingual Outreach Coordinator Andrea with any questions and to reserve your place.

    PAC Partnership

    • PAC Events

      The Laurel Foundation is proud to partner with PAC of UCLA to better serve our youth. PAC hosts day camp mentorships, beach days, tutoring sessions, life skills retreats, and many more activities to help our youth and children grow and become the leaders of tomorrow! 

      Our next event will be our Virtual PAC Mentorship for youth ages 6-17 on November 15th, 2020. Mentors from UCLA will lead youth through fun activities that strengthen friendship bonds, improve mental health, and improve self esteem! 

      What is PAC?


    Margot AndersonPrograms for Children, Youth, and Families Affected by HIV/AIDS