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Have you ever wondered what an $80,000 Christmas tree looks like?
Join us at the 19th Annual Holiday Festival of Trees on Saturday, December 9 to find out! To purchase tickets, visit www.azburn.org/h...

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We are officially one month out from our biggest smoke alarm installation event! We are partnering with the American Red Cross, Phoenix Fire Department, and City of Phoenix and we need volunteers like you to help us install 1000 alarms. Join us on Saturday, October 14 to install FREE smoke alarms and make Phoenix a safer community. For more information, contact programs@azburn.org. To register as a volunteer, visit abf.civicore.com/publicLogin/index.php?action=cal ... See MoreSee Less

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Just 5 hours of your time can make a lifetime difference!

Volunteer on a team to install free smoke alarms and inform families of fire safety tips in at-risk homes in Phoenix as we partner with the Phoenix Fire Department and American Red Cross from 8am-1pm on Saturday, October 14, 2017. All training and tools are provided the day of the event. Wear comfortable shoes and weather appropriate clothing as the event does involve a bit of walking through neighborhoods. We always need installers AND "record keepers".

We will be meeting at the south parking lot of Desert Sky Mall at 8:00am for volunteer registration. Training will begin at 8:30am. Volunteers will then be divided into teams and head out into the surrounding neighborhoods at 9:00am.

We will be targeting about 4000 homes during this event. We install a FREE smoke alarm in each home where we are admitted. ... See MoreSee Less

Phoenix Community Smoke Alarm Installation

October 14, 2017, 8:00am - October 14, 2017, 2:30pm

Just 5 hours of your time can make a lifetime difference!

Volunteer on a team to install free smoke alarms and inform families of fire safety tips in at-risk homes in Phoenix as we partner with the P...

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Our Recovery module allows the Arizona Burn Foundation to assist our clients with on-going medical needs, limited emergency financial assistance and referral services along with executing family assessment tools and care plan management prepared with foundation staff. Survivors are then eligible for a series of programs offered by the Arizona Burn Foundation including: Camp Courage, World Burn Congress Scholarships, Angel Faces Scholarships, School Re-entry, Peer Groups, Family Retreats , Young Adult Summit, and Memorialization.


Top Ten Things to Think On for New Burn Survivors/Caregivers in Healing

(compiled by the Surviving and Thriving Burn Aftercare Support Group)  

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