Camp Courage fundraiser on the main stage on February 6

The Main Stage is hosting its first big fundraising event of the year on Sunday, February 6, from noon to 6 p.m. and it’s one you won’t want to miss.

Main Stage has partnered with The Law Tigers (Arizona Motorcycle Attorneys), Yavapai Broadcasting Company and the AZ Burn Foundation for “Live with Courage”, a Camp Courage fundraising extravaganza. “Camp Courage” is a camp for burnt children in Arizona.

The Arizona Burn Foundation holds Camp Courage each year for children ages six to sixteen who have suffered traumatic burns. During this week-long camp, children are allowed to forget about surgeries, procedures and hospitals and have fun in the cool pines of Prescott, Arizona for one week each year.

Provided to Youth Burn Survivors, this summer camp is funded by donations to the Arizona Burn Foundation. For more than 50 years, the Arizona Burn Foundation has provided high quality support programs for Arizona’s child and adult burn victims and their families.

Main Stage and their partners are doing everything they can to make this a great community event and raise funds for this amazing organization. This is an all ages event with live music from Combo Deluxe and Well Dressed Wolves. Yavapai Broadcasting Co. will broadcast live from noon to 6 p.m. and share the stories of camp participants and their families.

There will be fire trucks on site for the kids, food trucks, raffles and a silent auction with amazing prizes. Some of the prizes up for bidding include a four-day rafting trip down the San Juan River from Tsé Kooh Outfitters, signed Coyotes jerseys, signed Cardinals football, first-class Verde Canyon Railroad tickets, spa/restaurant/winery/ golf gift certificates, jewelry, local gift packages and more.

There is also a poker race that starts at Verde Canyon Railroad with a stop at Burning Tree Cellars and back to Main Stage. The poker run is $20 to enter.

The first week of February is National Burn Prevention and Fire Prevention Week. Verde Valley Fire Department and Cottonwood Fire Department will be in attendance along with the Arizona Burn Foundation to share community fire and burn prevention tips and support.

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