map of area where aluminum cans can be recycled to benefit burn victims

We Have Can Recycling Bins All Over Northeast Ohio

Local firefighter stations have embraced the mission of ACBC by installing can recycling bins, making it convenient for community members to donate and support the cause.

With drop sites strategically scattered throughout the area, finding a nearby aluminum can drop site is effortless, and businesses eager to contribute can easily become partners by discovering how to become a designated drop site.

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Founded & run by
local firefighters
for 37 years
Over
3000 children
educated in fire safety
250+ young burn survivors
participated in camp
65,000+ lbs
of aluminum recycled per year
drop sites at
90 fire stations

Our Campers, the Reason For Our Mission

All of the money we raise goes toward creating a safe, comfortable environment for pediatric burn survivors. The camps and activities we provide offer them a place to be themselves, meet others like them, and create lasting connections.
Children who suffered burns playing Uno at ACBC's summer camp
group of childhood burn survivors and volunteers playing games at Camp Phoenix
two boys laughing together at Camp Phoenix for burn victims
kids doing crafts at ACBC's Camp Phoenix for burn victims

Our Supporters

These are just some of the Northeast Ohio businesses who have joined our mission. With their support, we've be able to initiate change and spread fire safety awareness. From small businesses to large corporate entities, they've helped make a difference in our community.
MetroHealth logo
Jamestown Container Companies logo
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Ciunu & Panichi CPAs and Business Advisors logo
St Joseph Academy logo
BetterWeb web development agency logo
Verified American Burn Association Burn Center logo
Resiliency Run logo
CBRN logo
ACBC supporters and burn survivors at a fundraiser

Want to Help Make a Difference?

You can support ACBC in more ways than just donating cans; individuals can contribute directly, and businesses can become sponsors to help more burn survivors attend camps. Cities, schools, and other community organizations can also request the fire safety truck to help spread important fire prevention education. Find out how you can get involved!
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