The GayCamp Association
The GayCamp Association is a non-profit organization led by a board of about 10 people. The board operates on a voluntary basis and consists of people with experience in arranging GayCamp camps.
Our main activity is to arrange a summer camp each year. Every autumn we have a reunion for participants at this year's summer camp. We have organized summer camps since 1983 and in 2013 we celebrated our 30 year anniversary.
By paying the camp fee, you become a member of the association. You can also become a support member for 100 SEK. Membership is valid for one year. Make the payment to the organisation’s PlusGiro account 80 50 88-2 or to the bank account below. Remember to write your name and address in the payment, or a reference and e-mail us your full name and address.
Through the membership, you support the associations work with HIV prevention and support to youngsters and gay refugees in Sweden.
Bank in Sweden: NORDEA
IBAN: SE59 9500 0099 6034 0805 0882
Our goals & purposeTo create social networking and deepen relations between Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) of different ages and from different backgrounds and cultures.
To integrate closeted MSM with men that are more secure and integrated in their gay, bisexuality and transgender identity.
To defend bisexual and transgender MSM rights and interests in the homo/hetero community.
To integrate MSM with different ethnic backgrounds.
To integrate HIV positive MSM with presumably HIV negative MSM.
To promote sexual health among MSM, by giving accurate and non-judgmental information about HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STI).
To welcome all MSM independent of religion or non-religion. GayCamp promotes discussions about religion and faith, but is neutral in all questions about religion and faith.
To create a homo-social meeting place that is not dependent on the financial fitness or commercial environments with alcohol consumption.
To provide facilities for physically and mentally disabled MSM to participate in the homo social community.