Camp Soaring Eagle's mission to welcome healing through laughter and play is something Trapp Technology admires and is proud to support.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) July 17, 2015
Scottsdale-based Trapp Technology, a provider of IT, Internet, and cloud hosting solutions, recently donated 28 local sporting event tickets to the campers at Camp Soaring Eagle—a non-profit organization that provides year-round, medically supervised camping programs for children and family members across Arizona with chronic or life threatening illnesses at no cost to them. Held at the US Airways Center in downtown Phoenix, the luxury suite seats at both the Phoenix Mercury and Arizona Rattlers events were fully occupied by the happy campers over the July 10th weekend.
In the state of Arizona alone, 241,067 children are living with special healthcare needs. Since 2008, Camp Soaring Eagle has supported over 5,000 young patients and those affected with a broad range of illnesses including: blood disorders, cancer, Down Syndrome, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Metabolic Syndrome, Mitochondrial Disease, neuromuscular impairments, respiratory diseases, and type 1 diabetes.
“When a child is diagnosed with a life threatening illness, it affects the entire family. Unique opportunities like local sporting events allow them to take a break from the grinding schedule of tests, treatments and hospital stays, and simply focus on being a family,” said Tiffany Bennett, Marketing and Communications Manager at Camp Soaring Eagle. “On behalf of the 1,700 campers we will service this year, Camp Soaring Eagle would like to thank Trapp Technology for partnering with us in providing some much needed reprieve for our camper families.”
“We are privileged with the ability to give back to the community in which we operate,” said Nicole Wheeler, Event Coordinator at Trapp Technology. “Camp Soaring Eagle’s mission to welcome healing through laughter and play is something Trapp Technology admires and is proud to support. We hope our donation restores resiliency to the children and families in their time of need.”
The donation to Camp Soaring Eagle was one of Trapp Technology’s most recent charitable efforts in the greater-Phoenix area. Committed to the community and its involvements, Trapp Technology has partnered with the Suns Charities, the CRC Foundation, Patrick Peterson Foundation, Arizona Hemophilia Foundation and others in the past to help facilitate events that directly benefit Arizona communities in need.
For more information on events, please contact Nicole Wheeler at (877) 942-2568 ext. 2025 or nwheeler(at)trapptechnology(dot)com.
About Trapp Technology
Trapp Technology provides the very best cloud, Internet, and IT managed services to provide a true all-in-one IT solution for businesses who seek to cut IT costs and leverage technology to grow revenues. Trapp Technology’s services are designed to appeal to the growing number of medium- to enterprise- level businesses looking to outsource more IT infrastructure and application management services to help reduce total cost of ownership and free up internal resources, as well as those companies seeking the skills and support to quickly complete complex IT projects. For more information, visit trapptechnology.com.
About Camp Soaring Eagle
Camp Soaring Eagle is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the healing power of laughter to thousands of seriously ill children by giving them the opportunity to attend medically supervised camps at no cost to the families. The camps include programs specialized for asthma, diabetes, oncology as well as a camp for children and families of military veterans. Since its inception in 2008, Camp Soaring Eagle has provided support to more than 5,000 seriously ill children and their family members through a variety of FREE camping programs, including illness specific camping weekends and family retreats. Camp Soaring Eagle aims to restore resilience, independence and joy to seriously ill kids and their families. For more information about Camp Soaring Eagle or to discover how to contribute to the cause, please visit campsoaringeagle.org.