INDIANA — The Indiana Troopers Youth Services is seeking donations to help continue the Indiana State Police’s Youth Summer Camp Program. The summer camps have been a long tradition of the Indiana State Police; dating back to the first camp program in 1970.
Youth attending the ISP Youth Summer Camp programs get a first-hand look at what it takes to be a state trooper. Some activities include SWAT, bomb squad and K-9 team demonstrations, mock crime scene investigations, as well as driving, firearms, and defensive tactics simulations. The summer camps are available for youth in grades 5-12 and are available at multiple locations around the state.
The ITYS fund raising goal is $10,000, and you can help them reach that goal with a donation to this Go Fund Me site https://www.gofundme.com/itys-summer-camp-program. Using Go Fund Me gives you peace of mind knowing your donation is going directly to support youth attending ISP summer camps. There’s no phone solicitor to leave you wondering if the call is legitimate or just another phone scam.
All funds raised will go toward scholarships for youth attending the camp programs, inclusive of lodging, meals and nominal administrative costs.
Thank you for considering making a donation to the camp programs that have been an important part of the Indiana State Police for nearly five decades. No donation is too small, and every donation helps continue the legacy.
Interested in having your child attend one of the ISP Youth Camps? Visit us at http://trooper.org/camps/
To learn more about the ISP Youth Summer Camp Program, visit us at http://trooper.org/