"When there's a storm,

I am not scared.

 

Wanna know why? 

 

Because I am prepared!"

Camp Noah is a nationally acclaimed preparedness and resiliency program for children, hosted across the U.S. in communities that have been impacted by disaster and trauma. Camp Noah brings hope and healing to communities that have been impacted by disaster. The Camp Noah vision is to serve disaster-impacted children and families by building resiliency, restoring hope and changing lives.

Through grants provided by Rebuild Texas Fund, Hardin County Strong was fortunate to bring three (3) Camp Noah experiences to Hardin County following Harvey (2 in summer 2018, and 1 final camp in summer 2019). Woodcrest United Methodist Church in Lumberton and Apostolic Lighthouse Church Sour Lake graciously agreed to host these phenomenal camp experiences. Approximately 150 Harvey-impacted children were served through these 3, 5-day, Day Camp experiences. The total cost for these camps was over $100,000. 

 

In this transformative setting, children were encouraged to face their fears, grieve their losses,

identify and share their unique gifts and talents, and plan for an amazing future.

I am! Holding on to you

I am! Holding on to you

In the middle of the storm,

I am holding on I am!

Come and go with me to my Father’s house

Come and go with me to my Father’s house

It’s a big, big house with lots and lots of room!

And a big, big table with lots and lots of food!

Hardin County Strong

300 W. Monroe

Kountze, TX  77625

(409) 209-5400

Tax ID-EIN

  82-5321214

Hardin County Strong

non-profit 501(c)3

© 2018