The Irving Professional Fire Fighters Association is proud to endorse and support the following Charities and Community Service Organizations.
For more information about any of these fine groups, just click on the associated logo or organization name.
Irving Fire Foundation
The Irving Fire Foundation is dedicated to making a distinct difference in the lives of Irving Firefighters and their families, providing resources that advance education and enrich the community.
Irving Citizen's Fire Academy Alumni Association
ICFAAA’s purpose is bringing together the graduates of the Irving Citizens Fire Academy to serve as volunteers in support of the Irving Fire Department, provide assistance in increasing public awareness of fire-safety measures, assist with rehab services at fire scenes and provide continuing and expanded education in methods of saving lives and property.
Camp I-Thonka-Chi Parkland Burn Camp
Camp I-Thonka-Chi, which is Choctaw for "a place that makes one strong or fearless, not afraid to face life".
Parkland's camp is among approximately 32 such camps nationwide which are designed to address issues specific to burn injuries. The camp is an opportunity for children and teens to interact with others who have been burned. They see that they're not alone. They can be open with each other and share what they're going through. Interaction with other children who have been burned increases self-esteem through participation in confidence-building activities with people who accept them as they are.
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