The All Clear Foundation, committed to improving the overall wellbeing and longevity of the emergency responder community, has launched a national fundraising campaign with the NTT INDYCAR SERIES from Aug. 29 through Sept. 11.
All funds raised through this campaign will further All Clear Foundation’s impactful programs and resources for our nation’s emergency responders, including frontline healthcare workers and their families.
Fans can donate to this worthy, important cause by clicking here. Through generous contributions of individual and corporate donors, All Clear Foundation continues to create and provide valuable resources at no cost to responders and their families.
“Our country relies on the dedication of those who support and protect us in times of crisis and disaster,” All Clear Foundation Executive Director Rhonda Kelly said. “Career or volunteer, we support those who serve our communities - taking care of those who take care of us.”
Whether in the field or in the hospital, the cumulative stress and trauma of emergency response work can negatively impact the health, well-being and relationships of those who serve our communities. Unfortunately, far too many responders experience a decreased quality of life as a consequence of the job. In response, All Clear Foundation has created an array of wellness supports focused on mental, emotional, physical, spiritual and financial well-being.
Through this national fundraising campaign and its work since it was founded in 2019, All Clear Foundation pays homage to the humans behind the badge, the uniform and the scrubs – those who serve our communities during crisis and disaster.
ACF and the NTT INDYCAR SERIES also honor the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team for its excellence in supporting and protecting INDYCAR drivers and teams at every event.
Comprised of dozens of physicians, nurses, paramedics and firefighter/EMTs who average 20 years of experience in their respective fields, the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team continually sets the standard for at-track medical response and care. Like other emergency responders, the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team is trained to engage its expertise and skills at a moment’s notice, saving lives and making a difference.
“I call the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team our guardian angels,” four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves said. “We put our lives on the line to compete and to entertain our fans. Knowing that the Safety Team responds in seven to 10 seconds when something goes wrong gives us the confidence to go out there and push the limits.”