May 15, 2013
Thank you for helping them find their spark!
Over 400 people joined Camp Fire First Texas as we honored some of our communities most incredible kids, adults and community organizations. Cook Children's Health System was recognized with the Ella C. McFadden Service to Youth Award for its dedication to the children and families of Fort Worth and the surrounding community.
Thank you to all the sponsors and attendees at the 2013 Camp Fire Absolutely Incredible Kid Luncheon who raised over $25,000 of critical funding for the continued success Camp Fire programs in North Texas. Your contributions allow us to strengthen our promise to give youth the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice and discover who they are.
Lupe and Rebecca found their spark through Camp Fire's Step Up and Diamond Hill Station programs. Last Wednesday, they were able to lift their voice and share with us the difference these programs made in their lives.
Every person has the opportunity to leave a legacy for other incredible kids. If you haven't already, we are asking you now to contribute to Camp Fire and make a financial investment in kids like these, who without your help could not afford to participate in Camp Fire programs. Our children are our most valuable resource and your gift is an investment in our community's future. Sustaining programs such Diamond Hill Station, Step-up and Camp Fire Camp El Tesoro are the most important legacy any of us can leave.
Thank you to all of our sponsors!