Frequently asked questions.
Q: Who can attend Camp Amigo?
A: Any person age 6-18 that is a burn survivor. All campers must be at least one year past their injuries, with some exceptions.
Q: Who are the counselors?
A: Almost all of our counselors are firefighters, adult burn survivors, or burn units nurses/staff. All counselors have passed a criminal background check.
Q: Can *I* be a counselor?
A: If you are interested in becoming a counselor, please contact Rusty "El Presidente" Roberts at (850) 509 - 6200.
Q: I think what you are doing is wonderful. How can I help?
A: See the Sponsors page. We accept service,
material, and financial donations. We receive many things from many people that help keep camp going. From drinks, to food, to treats, to arts and crafts supplies, anything you would like to donate can generally be put to good use!
Q: Is Camp Amigo a non-profit group?
A: Yes, we are! Our "official" name is: Children's Burn Camp of North Florida, Inc. We are an official 501(c)(3) organization with the IRS and a Charitable Organization with the state of Florida. For all of the
official details, see the Sponsors page.
Q: So I can write off any donation to Camp Amigo?
A: Check with your tax professional, but more than likely, yes you can!
Q: Is the camp safe and secure?
A: We have Nurse, and/or Paramedic / Emergency Medical Technician
personnel and equipment on site at all times and can handle most any emergency.
Q: What should my child bring with them to camp?
- Besides a good attitude, Campers need to Bring the
following personal items :
or Cover up
(Beach & Bath)
or Sleeping Bag
Tops x 9
- What NOT To Bring : CELLPHONES, VIDEO
The 2018 Camp Amigo
Camper's theme is