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Causes: Disaster Aid, Education, Fire Prevention

Mission: The Illinois Fire Safety Alliance is dedicated to fire safety, burn prevention, and supporting burn survivors. Through partnerships along with bringing together volunteers and supporters, the IFSA will accomplish its mission in an ethical, compassionate, and professional manner.

Target demographics: promote fire safety and burn prevention education as well as support burn survivors

Geographic areas served: the state of Illinois

Programs: Camp "I Am Me," the Young Adult Summit, Family Day, World Burn Congress Scholarships, Fireworks Awareness, and many other prevention resources and services.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1 Donna163

Client Served

Rating: 5

As a parent of a burn survivor this program was instrumental in helping my child recover physically, mentally and emotionally from his burn injuries. I am so grateful for all the people involved with IFSA and would highly recommend this organization. All of the volunteers are extremely genuine and committed to fire safety. Getting the word out to promote fire safety is so important and can help prevent future fires or burns.

It is devastating to know someone who has been through the trauma of a fire. I am so grateful that my burn survivor had IFSA on his side. As a result of his experience with IFSA, my son is now himself a volunteer with the program. He is raising awareness of fire safety and helping those who are burn survivors.

1 Caper B.


Rating: 5

IFSA-The Illinois Fire Safety Alliance is a wonderful organization that has done so much for me and so many in illinois. They are passionate about fire safety and dedicated to spreading their message about fire prevention. They provide hot water thermometer kits to every newborn in the state, educational programs, resources, and last but not least IFSA Camp I Am Me.

Starting in 1992 I was a camper for four years and I honestly say that camp had a profound impact on my well-being, my life, and the person I am today. I look forward to camp every summer and see it as a "refueling of the heart and soul". The friendship's and memories I've gained over the years remain strong and I consider them all to be family. I continued to return to camp every year as a counselor in training until I was 21 and next year will be my 15th as a full-counselor. They have done so much for me and I will always do what I can to give back the same love and generosity given to me.



Rating: 5

A very passionate coalition of volunteers, staff and directors whose mission is to prevent fire and burn injuries through education, engineering and enforcement.