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How Camp Noah Happens

A Camp Noah event is organized in a disaster-impacted community in partnership with local organizations or groups.

Camps are hosted across the country at kid-friendly facilities in impacted communities. Camp Noah events are typically held six months to two years after a disaster or traumatic event, but are also organized independent of a disaster to equip children with preparedness and resiliency skills for life.

Camp Noah works with local organizations and groups across the country that want to serve children in their area them and provide them with resiliency and preparedness skills. Camp Noah collaborates with a variety of organizations and groups, including:

  • Schools
  • Community Centers
  • Long-Term Recovery Committees/Groups
  • VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster) Agencies
  • Places of Worship
  • Ministerial Associations

Essentially, it takes three components to make a Camp Noah event happen:

  • Partnership with a local Coordinating Organization
  • Certified Camp Staff team
  • Funding

Communities may contact Camp Noah about organizing a camp. Camp Noah also reaches out to disaster-impacted communities. However the conversation begins, every Camp Noah event happens as the result of unique partnerships between Camp Noah and a local Coordinating Organization.

Learn more about how Camp Noah happens in this recorded webinar:

 

If you are interested in being part of Camp Noah, please call us at 1.800.987.0061 or send us a message.