Tag: Camp Lloyd

Camp Lloyd registration makes the news

Last Thursday (May 26) local media outlets help spread the word about open registration for Camp Lloyd. Camp Lloyd is UW-Green Bay’s week-long (June 19 to 23, 2017) day camp for children grieving the death of a loved one. The final day to register is June 10. UWGB’s Camp Lloyd looking for kids who need healing […]

Camp Lloyd registration open

Online registration is open for Camp Lloyd — a day camp for children grieving the death of a loved one. It provides a safe environment for campers to explore their own experiences of grief, realize their feelings are normal and find support from each other. The camp is  June 19 to 23, 2017 with the final […]

Reminder: Camp Lloyd needs your votes for possible grants

UW-Green Bay’s Camp Lloyd is participating in USA TODAY NETWORK’s “A Community Thrives” voting competition. Site visitors may vote for their favorite community improvement idea. The videos receiving the highest votes per category will receive grants from the Gannett Foundation. Camp Lloyd is a summer day camp for students who have lost loved ones. It […]

UW-Green Bay’s Camp Lloyd: sharing grief and finding joy

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Nearly 50 children found solace in UW-Green Bay’s 11th Annual Camp Lloyd last week (June 20-24) — the summer camp that helps kids cope with the loss of a loved one. Packed in between somber moments was the fun and excitement of a typical camp experience (including arts and crafts, music, games, swimming, hiking and […]

UW-Green Bay’s Camp Lloyd begins next week

Campers and UW‑Green Bay student counselors all grow from grief camp experience Green Bay, Wis. — The 11th Annual Camp Lloyd — the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s summer camp helping children cope with the loss of a loved one — is next week, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, June 20-24. The camp that began […]

P-G offers terrific recap of Camp Lloyd 2015

Press-Gazette Media reporter Todd McMahon captured the 10th annual edition of Camp Lloyd, June 22-26, in an excellent feature story. McMahon quotes some of the young participants at the special camp for children ages 7-14 coping with the loss of a loved one. He also talked to Prof. Illene Cupit of Human Development, the camp […]