Camp Noah is a camp for elementary-age children impacted by disaster

UMCOR805 a program of the California Pacific Conference of the United Methodist Church is hosting Camp Noah. A free day camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. August 6-10th at Ojai United Methodist Church and August 13-17 at College United Methodist Church in Ventura.

Camp Noah is a fun, resiliency building and preparedness camp for elementary-age children whose communities have been impacted by disaster. Camp Noah fills a unique need focusing on recovery and resilience it also offers new hope and greater awareness to the continuing needs of the community. Camp Noah celebrates every child as special. In a safe, supportive setting children are encouraged to face their fears, grieve their losses, identify and share their unique gifts and talents.

Camp Noah originally began as a response to flooding in the Red River Valley in 1997, developed by Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota, Camp Noah has grown into a nationally acclaimed resiliency and preparedness program for children whose communities have been impacted by natural and human-caused disasters.

Camp Noah is open to all elementary- age children living in Ventura or Ojai.

Online Registration @ Question Heidi Amundson 805-850-3969

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