The Laurel Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded in 1992 by Margot Andrew-Anderson to serve children, youth, and families affected by HIV/AIDS and other at-risk youth populations.  This year, The Laurel Foundation expanded the population it serves to include transgender and gender nonconforming youth.  The Laurel Foundation has added new advisory board members including TransFamily Support Services Executive Director, Kathie Moehlig.  Click the following link to see the official announcement and the list of stellar transgender advocacy professionals with whom Kathie will be working:  Introducing The Laurel Foundation’s New Advisory Board Members!

The Laurel Foundation will host the first free transgender camp program in the nation, Camp Laurel’s Transgender Summer Camp from July 29 – August 2, 2017. The program will be based on traditional camp programs, yet cater to the unique mental and physical health of youth (aged 13-17) who are gender nonconforming or transgender. The program helps empower youth in an accepting environment, filled with volunteer transgender role models. For many of the youth, this is the first time they are truly liberated and supported to be who they are.  For an application and more information (including volunteer opportunities) click the following link:  The Laurel Foundation Transgender Summer Camp.