Smoke Alarms Save Lives $100
Make at-risk and low-income homes in our community safer. Arizona Burn Foundation has partnered with local fire departments, the American Red Cross, and community organizations to conduct free smoke alarms installations, while additionally providing a complete reliable source for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals to be alerted during emergency situations.
Milo & Moxie Safety Rangers $500
Help us provide one week of Milo & Moxie Smart Safety Rangers to Arizona school district students.
MacDonald Wood Scholarship $1,000
Support the McDonald Wood Scholarship, which is available for burn survivors who dream of attending a community college, four-year university, or technical school.
Camp Courage $1,500
Camp Courage is a safe space where children that have burn injuries can learn self-confidence, social skills and build lasting friendships to help them combat the challenges of being burned, such as bullying and a lack of self-esteem.
Leadership Programs $2,500
Inspire and cultivate leaders through two key programs: Leaders-in-Training (LIT) and counselor opportunities through Camp Courage. Both programs help participants gain confidence, practice compassion, and navigate decision-making.
Family Camp $5,000
Cover the cost for preschool age burn survivors and their families to attend family camp. A burn injury affects the entire family. Our family camp serves parents, siblings and care givers of a burn survivor to help the entire family throughout their journey in the recovery and healing process.
H.O.P.E. Services $10,000
Provide H.O.P.E. Services (Helping Others, Promoting Empowerment), where social workers offer emotional support, financial assistance, medical garments and equipment, therapy services, and other programming to help burn survivors and their families navigate recovery.