Camp seeking volunteers to help with children who are disaster victims

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Volunteers are needed for a week-long program for children affected by disasters.

The American Red Cross of Oklahoma and Camp Noah are seeking volunteers who are able to attend the camp.

Camp Noah is a week-long program for children who have been the victim of trauma or disasters.

Volunteers will be trained by equipped team leaders and background checks are required.

Organizers say that volunteers will be provided with breakfast and lunch each day.  They also are asking for volunteers who can attend the entire camp, to help campers build a strong relationship with leaders.

The Oklahoma camps are as follows:

  • June 14- 19: Fresh Start Community Church, Moore
  • June 14-19: Mustang
  • June 14-19: Inner City, Oklahoma City
  • June 21-26: Fresh Start Community Church, Moore
  • June 28-July 3: Crutch Public School, Crutcho
  • June 28-July 3: El Reno
  • July 12- 17: Fresh Start Community Church, Moore
  • July 19-24: Fresh Start Community Church, Moore

To become a volunteer, call 1-800-987-0061 or visit the camp’s website.

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