Camp Noah

Camp Noah, a program offered by Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, is a locally hosted event for elementary-age children whose communities have been impacted by disasters such as floods or tornadoes. The evaluation collects information about the impact of camp on campers, families, staff and volunteers, and local communities and explores the way camp is implemented and opportunities to strengthen it.


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Impact of Camp Noah in 2016EvaluationAugust 2017Sophak Mom, Amanda Hane, Cheryl Holm-Hansen
Camp Noah Evaluation Report, 2015 - Overview of Camp Implementation and Impact, Full ReportEvaluationApril 2016Sophak Mom, Amanda Hane, Cheryl Holm-Hansen
Camp Noah, 2015 - Impacts on Campers and Communities, SummaryEvaluationApril 2016Sophak Mom, Amanda Hane, Cheryl Holm-Hansen
Camp Noah, 2014 - Impacts on Campers and Communities, SummaryEvaluationApril 2015Cheryl Holm-Hansen, Amanda Hane, Sophak Mom
Camp Noah Evaluation Report, 2014 - Overview of Camp Implementation and Impact, Full ReportEvaluationApril 2015Cheryl Holm-Hansen, Amanda Hane

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