Our campers come from all areas of Alberta and Western Canada to experience a week of learning new skills in a safe yet challenging environment and leave with a sense of achievement and appreciation of their own abilities.
Campers, counselors and volunteers participate in group activities such as swimming, hiking, challenge ropes, archery and arts & crafts. They also learn about Alberta's rich environmental resources and history. The local Fire Department, Redwood Meadows, joins us at camp for the annual water fight. A true highlight camp.
Camp is not all about fun and games. Camp helps to create a valuable network of friends and mentors that aid campers in their continued struggle as a burn survivor. The friendships created here last a lifetime.
The Alberta Fire Fighters Burn Camp in partnership with Easter Seals Camp Horizon hosts a week long camp for young burn survivors. Camp is held in August of each year and 70 campers between the ages of seven to 17 attended camp. Doctors, Nurses and Fire Fighters donate their time as organizers, medical staff and mentors. Burn camp can be a life changing event for many of the kids who attend.
The success of Burn Camp relies on the friendships created with fire departments and their firefighters, burn foundations and private companies across Alberta and beyond.
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Thank you to our friends, supporters and volunters at camp: Calgary Firefighters Burn Treatment Society, Lethbridge Firefighters Pipes and Drums, Lethbridge Fire Fighter's Charities Association, Saskatchewan Professional Fire Fighters Burn Foundation, Edmonton Public Teachers Association, Fraternal Order of Eagles 4241, Park Derochie, Redwood Meadows Emergency Services, Alberta Fire Chiefs Association, Empire Ironworks Edmonton.
Firefighters from: Kinuso, Ashmont, Vegreville, Bonneyville, Willow Creek, Weberville, Berwyn, St. Paul, Lethbridge, Barrhead, Hardisty, Sexsmith, Myrnam, Enilda, Bezanson.
From The Royal Canadian Legion Branches in Bellevue, Claresholm, Fort Macleod, Big Valley, Vegreville, Strathmore, St. Albert, Blairmore, Thorsby, Edmonton, Calgary, Barons, Bashaw, Fort Saskatchewan, Bawlf, Camrose, Coalhurst and Waskatenau.
Advancing the health of Albertans by connecting generosity to support innovation and excellence at the University of Alberta Hospital, the Edmonton Clinic and the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute.
Thank you to Shell Scotford for your amazing support and $52,000 donation through your Goal Zero Program in 2021!
Park Derochie contributes regularly to numerous sectors including school programs, youth sports, health foundations, charities and community programs. This has included $25,000 to The Ablerta Fire Fighters Burn Camp. Thank You
Thank you to our retirees who continue to support EFBTS.
Thank you to Easter Seals for being the host camp location for the Alberta Firefighters Burn Camp for Children and supporting EFBTS.
Thank you to West Edmonton Mall for your continued support for our Turn Up the Heat Calendar Events.
Atco has been one of our longest and most commited sponsors. We could not do the work we do without them.
Double diamond electronics supports the Edmonton Firefighter Burn Treatment Society
Edmonton Civic Employees Charitable Assistance Fund to date have sponsored over $700,000 supporting education, upgrades to the burn unit and burn research lab.
Every year Empire Iron Works Ltd. hosts a golf tournament in which we invite their clients, vendors and employees to have a fun filled day of golf and raising funds for a charity within our community. We are proud of our 4 year partnership.
SYC Brewing Co. collaborated with Firefighters from Station no.23 to create the No.23 brew. 100% of proceeds from sales of this beer went to EFBTS.
Centre High partners with EFBTS for the Annual Centre High Truck pull with shares of proceeds from the engaging fun event going to EFBTS.
Thank you to Johnson Insurance for donating $10,000 to EFBTS in 2022 and stepping up to help support our annual golf tournament.
Oil City Mechanical supports EFBTS by running fundraising campaigns that donate $100 from each furnace/AC installation to EFBTS.
Beanzilla Coffee has partnered with EFBTS with donating $1 from every bag of their Frontliner blend to EFBTS.
Thank you to Petsmart who participates in our Stuff-A-Truck event by donating plush toys to be given to children who are admitted to the Edmonton Firefighters Burn Treatment Unit or received care in out Acute Burn Clinic.
CDI College raised more than $12,600 for the Edmonton Firefighters' Burn Treatment Society (EFBTS)