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April 18, 2022

April Capacity Campaign Update

Our statewide expansion plans continue to show great support and our community is grateful. We are seeing activities starting in Cottonwood, Yuma and Tucson.  These are opportunities to serve our survivors and their families with social gatherings, therapeutic services as well as emotional support groups.  These plans are being established to serve our state on […]

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April 18, 2022

April CEO Corner

One of the best ways to see the impact that ABF has with our burn community is to listen to the stories that people tell. As we have started to gather once again in person we are reconnected with our community of survivors and their families. They remind us each and every day about the […]

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April 14, 2022

He’s Thriving

Sam was burned while playing outside with his older brother when a lighter caught his pajamas on fire and 14% of his body was burned, including his face, neck, and torso. Julianna, Sam’s mom, felt overwhelmed in the hospital, but her family and the Arizona Burn Foundation were there to listen and support her. So […]

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April 12, 2022

Event Administrator Position

Event Administrator   Position Summary The Event Administrator is an integral member of the ABF team and is responsible for coordinating logistics for year round fundraising, camps, retreats, social gatherings, and prevention and education programs. These programs and services are designed to raise funds as well as help burn survivors increase their social and emotional […]

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April 5, 2022

AZ Gives Day

Arizonans are investing in their community! Arizona Gives serves to inspire people to give generously to nonprofits making our state stronger and creating a thriving community for all. We love this day! Because as a community, we know that burn injuries are life-changing. It is when we come together that hope and healing happens! And […]

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April 5, 2022

Festival of Trees 2022 Emcees!

We’re excited to announce Assistant Chief Shelly Jamison with Phoenix Fire Department and Battalion Chief Buzz (Eric) Lechowski with Sedona Fire District as our 2022 Festival of Trees emcees! They’re true community leaders that help grow our programs and services. We’re honored to have them host our 23rd annual holiday gala and largest fundraiser of the year! What you can expect […]

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March 30, 2022

Don’t wait for wildfires to start; Prepare and be aware

Each year, nine out of ten wildfires across the country are started by people. In 2021, 71 percent of Arizona’s fires were human-caused. As the temperatures start to rise and vegetation starts to dry out, the state will begin to see an increase in fire activity. Therefore, it is extremely important for residents and visitors […]

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March 21, 2022

Children’s Wildfire Educational Materials

Thank you Fiesta Bowl Charities for providing Arizona School Districts with Milo & Moxie: Wildfire Prevention Curriculum Kits, in order to educate 100,000 K-5 students new safety rules to keep their homes safe from wildfires. Every elementary student will be given valuable educational take-home materials, including a: Milo & Moxie: Wildfire Prevention Mini-Reader containing Activity Pages, […]

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March 21, 2022

Healing Takes Time

Ashley was burned at 18 month old. She got her head stuck under the faucet, while trying to stand up in the bath. 50% of her body has 3rd degree scald burns. Ashley states, “I have burns to my head, the sides of my face, neck, left upper shoulder, and across my chest.” “I struggled […]

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March 17, 2022

2022 Festival of Trees

We are so excited to announce that Festival of Trees will be held at the Arizona Biltmore again this year! So join us December 10th for a cocktail hour followed by dinner and dancing. For more information on the event go here.  

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