Experience Camp Noah
Each year, children across the country experience the power of hope and healing in communities impacted by disaster. Camp Noah is a nationally acclaimed program that helps children process their experience and build resiliency skills through a proven curriculum that includes creative activities and play. Camps are free for children to attend. While Camp Noah usually takes place over five days, its impact on a child can last a lifetime.
At Camp Noah, elementary-age children are encouraged to face their fears, grieve their losses and plan for an amazing future in a safe space with their peers. Camp locations are determined each year based on need and in response to community requests.
Learn More About Camps
Find out what makes our camps special, how camps help children and read reflections from past campers and parents.
View the locations and dates for upcoming camps or register a camper.
Learn more about what happens at camps, including information about the schedule and structure, activities, what campers learn, who can attend, what children receive, staffing and more.
View powerful stories about the Camp Noah experience.
Find out how local organizations and groups can reach out to request a Camp Noah in their area.
A resource for information about what kids should wear, transportation, what to bring and not bring to camp, information about food and beverages, cell phones, medications, and more.
A site for Camp Noah volunteer training