How Camp Noah Happens
Camps are held in kid-friendly facilities in impacted communities.
Camp Noah events are typically held six months to two years after a disaster or
traumatic event, but can also be organized independent of a disaster to equip
children with preparedness and resiliency skills for life.
Camp Noah often collaborates with:
- Long-Term Recovery Committees/Groups
- Ministerial Associations
- Community centers
- VOAD agencies
We work with organizations wanting to serve elementary-age children
in the affected community and equip them with resiliency and preparedness
Essentially, it takes three components to make a Camp Noah event
- Site/local community organization
- Certified Camp Staff team
Communities may contact Camp Noah about organizing a camp. Camp Noah—LSSMN
also reaches out to disaster-impacted communities. However the conversation
begins, every Camp Noah event happens as the result of a partnership between
Camp Noah and a local Coordinating Organization.
Learn more about how Camp Noah happens
in this video:
If you are interested in being part of Camp Noah, please call us at 1.800.987.0061 or send us a message.