Volunteer with Camp Noah
Natural disasters affect children and communities from coast to coast. We need YOU to help build resiliency, restore hope and change lives. You can support the long-term recovery of children impacted by disaster by volunteering with Camp Noah.
Learn all about our many volunteer roles and the application process in our Volunteer Handbook (PDF).
Why Volunteering with Camp Noah is Different
When asked what the most meaningful part of their Camp Noah experience was, our recent volunteers said:
"It's so wonderful to see the transformation of the campers from day one to day five. Knowing that the children are given a safe place to just be kids, to know that they are not alone and that they are loved and hopefully move closer to healing. To be a part of that transformation is such a blessing!"
"To watch how the kids in my group respected and supported each other. They listened to each other. They were comfortable sharing their stories. They were kind to each other."
"One of the children in our small group had lost two of his best friends when the tornado hit. He was a great kid and it was meaningful to watch and listen to him as he tried to work through that loss."
“Watching the kids identify and grow from their trauma, and using the coping methods that we gave them.”
"Being able to interact with the kids, seeing them have fun. Having the genuine and heartfelt gratitude of the parents, campers and even people in the community."
Get Started as a Camp Noah Volunteer
Camp Noah is now preparing to support children in communities across the country. You can sign up below to learn more, and tell us your preferences for how and where you'd like to volunteer. Thank you for your interest- we look forward to partnering with you!