BRYAN, Texas—Camp for All is a place where miracles happen, and the Bryan Fire Department is working to add a little bit more magic for kids attending camp there this summer.

The Bryan Firefighters Association is holding a Game Drive, collecting anything from board games to outside games.

They’ll donate the collected games to Camp for All, a barrier free summer camp for children with special needs.

Bryan firefighters volunteer every summer when kids with the Muscular Dystrophy Association attend.

The firefighters wanted to make their camp experience even more fun by donating games to the children so they’re able to have more to do inside if the temperature is too hot or it’s raining outside.

“This is our chance to help out with camp,” said Daniel Buford, President of the Bryan Firefighters Association.

“We have such a blast with the kids, and we want to make sure every single minute at camp is the best it can possibly be,” he added.

The Bryan Fire Department will be accepting game donations until June 3. You can drop off games at any Bryan fire station.

They will be delivering the games on June 4, when they join other local first responders for Firefighters Day at Camp for All.

“It’s definitely a life-changing experience to be a part of it,” said Bryan firefighter Tyler Franklin.