Task Force Tips (TFT), a fire service leader in innovative and life-saving firefighting equipment, is excited to announce a new partnership with Hoosier Burn Camp (HBC). The partnership is a natural fit for TFT, which was founded on the legacy of firefighter Clyde McMillian, who was severely burned in the line of duty. TFT has committed to a significant, multi-year sponsorship to bolster the important work Hoosier Burn Camp is already doing to improve the lives of young burn survivors and their families.
“Task Force Tips is proud to forge a long-term strategic partnership with Hoosier Burn Camp. Our leadership team, as well as our employees, welcome the opportunity to work together with Hoosier Burn Camp to continue their mission of building hope for young individuals traumatized by fire-related injuries. Hoosier Burn Camp provides purpose that aligns with the values of our life-saving mission as well as our goals to make the world safer, healthier and more productive. Together, we will greatly multiply the efforts of fundraising and hands-on philanthropy to serve more burn survivors than ever before, “said Task Force Tips CEO, Chris Vazzana.
Hoosier Burn Camp provides year-round, life-changing programs for burn survivors free of charge, including a week-long summer camp near Lafayette, Indiana.
“We are humbled to partner with Task Force Tips and their team to help further the important work that’s happening within the HBC family. These funds will expand our reach and services that we offer to young burn survivors in the state of Indiana,” said HBC Executive Director Mark Koopman.