Join a Camp Noah Team!

Spend a week serving children impacted by a disaster in a fun camp setting with other volunteers. Help kids build resiliency, restore hope and change lives!

Camp Noah provides a safe and caring environment where children impacted by disaster can build resiliency skills within the familiarity of their own communities, using a proven curriculum designed to help children process their disaster or trauma experience through creative activities and play.

Camps usually take place between May and September with most camps happening during the summer months. Join a team for a week to work with children living in a community that has been affected by a recent natural disaster or another trauma.

Volunteers at Camp Noah receive online training prior to camp and learn how to facilitate activities.  Through this meaningful opportunity, you will help children face their fears, grieve their losses, identify and share their unique gifts and talents, and plan for an amazing future.

Each volunteer will be provided with the curriculum, training, supplies and support needed to have a great Camp Noah volunteer experience. Volunteers must be 16+ (or volunteering along with their parent/guardian), complete an online training and submit a background check.

Learn more about volunteer opportunities, upcoming camps on the Camp Noah website.


Various locations available.

  • 40 hours at one week of day camp. Camps are usually held Monday- Friday.  
  • Complete a criminal background check 
  • Be over the age of 16 (or supervised by a parent/guardian)  
  • Complete an online training 
Request information

Please contact campnoah@lssmn.org or 800.987.0061.