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Camp Lloyd 2020

In lieu of in-person camp this year, Camp Lloyd will be posting daily activity videos during the week of June 22 - 26 in which would have been the in-person camp week. Follow along on our Facebook page for different activities to do with your children.

Everyday we will be posting: 
  • 4 -5 videos made by UW-Green Bay Camp Lloyd Buddies. Each Buddy (students from UW-Green Bay) has been training all spring semester to work with our wonderful campers.  Each Buddy has a special camp activity for you to try, such as making Banana Ice Cream and friendship bracelets.
  • Our professional grief counselors offer information about childhood grief and grief tips everyday.  On Friday look for the Mythbusters!
  • Our Head Buddies have created a resource guide for the grownups who are caring for Camp Lloyd Facebook page imagegrieving children.
  • We will include a special closing on Friday, with more activity videos, and a special one created by profession drummer Josh Robinson, whose program, "Drum It Out" has helped many grieving children cope with their loss through the healing sounds of drums.
 
WE WILL SEE YOU BACK AT CAMP IN 2021!


Camp Lloyd is a week long camp for grieving children (ages 7 - 16) who have recently lost a loved one. Held on the beautiful University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus, the camp is filled with fun activities such as arts and crafts, music, games, swimming and hiking. It is also a time for campers to explore their own experiences of grief, find support from each other and realize that their feelings are normal. The Camp Lloyd staff consists of professional grief counselors and trained student interns from the UW-Green Bay.

April 14, 2020 - Due to COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to not bring campers, volunteers and staff to UW-Green Bay Camps this summer. The health and well-being of all is our highest priority. The medical risk and our ability to protect our campers, volunteers and staff onsite is too great. While news changes daily and all our lives continue to be significantly impacted by the spread of COVID-19, we feel it is in the best interest of the community we serve to not bring people together at a physical camp this summer.