Please consider partnering with us on this great event. If you confirm your sponsorship by June 30th, your company’s logo will be included on the Golf Classic invite (and all future emails). Sponsoring offers a great opportunity for branding visibility and recognition throughout the event. Click here to learn more and reserve your spot today!
Support Camp I Am Me and look good doing so! The annual Camp I Am Me Apparel Fundraiser will take place throughout the month of June. There are 14 brand new items to choose from for both children and adults, and with multiple color options – we have what you want! Best of all, proceeds from this fundraiser will go directly to supporting young burn survivors across the state!
Camp “I Am Me” Shirt Day is an awareness campaign promoted by the Illinois Fire Safety Alliance during national Burn Awareness Week to highlight the organization’s various burn survivor support programs, such as burn camp. Join the IFSA on Tuesday, February 8, 2022 by simply wearing your camp gear at home, to work, or wherever your day leads you!
The Illinois Fire Safety Alliance’s first-ever Camp “I Am Me” Golf Classic was held at Chevy Chase Country Club in Wheeling on September 22nd. The fundraiser was able to net $20,000 to support Illinois’ camp for young burn survivors while treating guests to a wonderful day of lunch, dinner, golf, and prizes!
Illinois Fire Service and supporters of the IFSA, save September 22nd on your calendars! The Illinois Fire Safety Alliance is hosting the first ever Camp “I Am Me” Golf Classic at the Chevy Chase Country Club in Wheeling. All funds raised will directly support Illinois’ camp for young burn survivors. The Classic invites supporters, members of the fire service and fire service-related businesses to come together for fun, networking, and raising funds to help those affected by burn-related injuries.
The Maplebrook School students are compassionate, loving, and kind. As a school, part of their mission is to encourage their students to be community contributors while also finding ways to build their inner wealth. One way the students do that is by getting involved in the community. To help encourage their students to be involved in the community, the Maplebrook Student Council hosted their Capture-It games. Capture-It provided students the opportunity to raise funds for the IFSA’s Camp “I Am Me.” The Capture-It games provided a meaningful way for the students of Maplebrook to learn that…