camp “can” do:
St. Andrews Fire Department is a proud supporter of the MUSC Children’s Hospital Burned Children’s Fund. Each year, members of St. Andrews Fire Department volunteer their time and serve as lifeguards and counselors for Camp “Can” Do, a week-long summer camp, co-sponsored by the Burned Children’s Fund and Pediatric Burn Center, designed specifically for children who have been burned from a fire. The Fire Department also collects aluminum cans to raise monetary funds to support the camp.
Want to help? You can bring your aluminum cans to one of the following locations:
Station 1 Headquarters
1775 Ashley River Road
Charleston, SC 29407
There is a cage in the front parking lot where the cans are collected.
1340 Bees Ferry Road
Charleston, SC 29414
Right next to the Charleston County Landfill
For more information, please visit the MUSC Children’s Hospital Burned Children’s Fund website.
St. Andrews Fire Department does charitable work with Carolina Children’s Charity, which supports local children with birth defects and childhood diseases, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). Members of the Fire Department participate in boot drives to raise money for both charities.
For more information, please visit the Carolina Children’s Charity and the Muscular Dystrophy Association websites.