Camp Kindle

Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

For youth infected with or affected by HIV and AIDS

Camp Elphinstone

Gibsons, British Columbia, Canada

YMCA Camp Elphinstone is located on BCs Sunshine Coast .We offer land and water based activities and we are committed to the growth and development of children and youth.

Camp Rainbow

Glendale, California, United States

Blood Disorder, Cancer, HIV/AIDS

Camp Heartland

Willow River, Minnesota, United States

Camp Heartland is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth and their families facing HIV/AIDS, poverty, grief and other significant life challenges.

Jameson Camp

Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Jameson Camp is a non-profit, accredited camp offering traditional and day camp sessions, specializing in helping underprivileged families and children with developmental disabilities.

Camp Starlight

Portland, Oregon, United States

A week long camp for children infected or affected with HIV/AIDS.


Tacoma, Washington, United States

REACH Camp is an annual camp for children infected with HIV/AIDS and their family members.

Camp Moomba

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Camp Moomba offers a summer camp for children impacted with HIV/AIDS. Every year campers from accross Canada join together for a fun, safe and memorable week at camp.

Camp Starlight

Portland , Oregon, United States

Camp Starlight is a week-long residential camp that provides children whose lives have been affected by HIV/AIDS the opportunity to enjoy a caring, safe, recreational, spiritual and fun camping exper

Camp Boggy Creek

Eustis, Florida, United States

Camp Boggy Creek camping experience is more than a fun-filled getaway. It helps children to better cope with the day-to-day challenges they face.

Camp Laurel - a camp for children living with HIV and AIDS

Los Angeles, California, United States

Camp Laurel provides hundreds of children living with HIV and AIDS an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors while forming support groups with their peers. For the first time, children realize that they ar