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Lutheran Social Service, Camp Noah (LSS)

Who We Are

Camp Noah is a week-long resiliency-skill day camp for kids impacted by disaster, coordinated as a program through Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota. Camps are a safe, caring, and fun environment with curriculum specifically designed to help children process their disaster experience, identify their own gifts and strengths, learn resiliency skills, and gain renewed hope for the future. Since its inception in 1997, Camp Noah has expanded from serving only kids in Minnesota to a national program serving over 14,000 kids across the country whose lives have been impacted by natural and human-caused disasters.

What We Do

In 2017, Camp Noah is looking for individuals and groups for camps to be hosted across the country, including the following states: California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, and West Virginia. Certified Camp Staff (volunteers) can come from anywhere in the US but must be willing to travel to camp locations in disaster impacted communities. Group Size: 15-25 people. Minimum age is 16 years old.