The Lake County Firefighters Charity was established by members of IAFF Local 3990 to help give a helping hand in our community when it is needed. Many of the firefighters, paramedics and EMTs of IAFF Local 3990 volunteer their time and efforts to help run this organization. Our mission is to keep the funds raised here back into helping our community of Lake County. We are always looking for sponsors and supporters. All donations are tax deductible. The board is comprised of officers that donate their time to help run the organization. This means that NO MONEY is paid in officer salaries. 100% of the funds donated go to help the organzation and community.
Lake County Professional Firefighters Charity, Inc.
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Our charity is run by the support of our community via donations, fundraiser's, and sales of our items. Please help support what we do for our community. Our charity is an official registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible
Little Jay is the son of a Lake County Firefighter and was just diagnosed with Leukemia. He has started his chemo treatment and is a real fighter. His friends and our community are pulling together to help encourage Jay and also help the family with the financial challenges they are facing.
If you would like to support Jay with some words, picture or video message, you can join the Facebook group TEAM JAY. He loves the messages and pictures.
If you are looking to help out financially, we have set up a special fund for his family.
Kyle Rushton is a Lake County Firefighter. His son's name is Logan. He has a condition known as polymicrogyria that has affected his left temporal and partial frontal lobes as well as the right temporal lobe. This condition causes an excess of gyria (folds in the brain) that leads to seizures and delayed development. Currently the cause of the condition is unknown, and the only treatments for it are medicine to control the seizures or brain surgery to remove the affected areas. He was diagnosed in April and is currently being treated with medication, with promising results.
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