Camps

Camp Aranu'tiq in New Hampshire

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Camp Aranu’tiq’s mission is to build confidence, resilience, and community for transgender & non-binary youth and their families through camp experiences.  Age 8-18 and family camp.

We have up to 140 campers per session. We have campers from 42 states and six countries!

Our goal is never to turn away a camper or family who may not be able to attend for financial reasons. In a given summer, we give out over $100,000 in assistance from donors.

Link: https://www.camparanutiq.org

Camp Ten Trees
Camp Ten Trees offers sliding scale and financial aid

Founded in 2001, Camp Ten Trees was one of the first camps dedicated to LGBTQIA youth, focused on play, inclusion and social justice.

Camp Ten Trees is a place for diverse youth who share common experiences to come together and form a community that is truly their own. In addition to traditional camp activities like swimming, archery, and nature hikes, campers engage in age-appropriate workshops exploring identity, issues of oppression/privilege, youth coalition building, social justice, and more.

Link: http://camptentrees.org

Out There Adventures

Out There Adventures is a wilderness therapy for LGBTQ youth with programs in the Pacific Northwest, California, Oklahoma and Virtually.

OUT There Adventures (OTA) cultivates leadership and builds community for LGBTQ youth and young adults through adventures in nature.

Link: http://www.outthereadventures.org/home

Reel Queer Youth
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Our three main annual programs are the Seattle Queer Film Festival, Translations: Seattle Trans Film Festival, and Reel Queer Youth.

We provide access to films by, for, and about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) people and their families, and a forum for LGBTQ+ filmmakers to share and discuss their work with audiences.

Link: https://threedollarbillcinema.org/reelqueeryouth#elevent