Volunteer – Camp Courage

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Thank you to Mesa Fire and Medical Department and all of the volunteers who joined us in Mesa on April 6th to install free smoke alarms. We were able to install 94 new alarms and provide important education materials to help make the community safer!
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Milo & Moxie are at the Phoenix Children’s Museum for Sandfest 2019. Remember as summer comes to be sun safe so you don’t get burned. Come join us for the fun! ... See MoreSee Less

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It's not too late to make your charitable tax donation! Arizona offers a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for contributions to qualifying charities and The Arizona Burn Foundation is one such organization. This means you can make a donation (of any amount) and receive a dollar-for-dollar credit (up to $400 for single filers, $800 if married filing jointly) when you file your Arizona tax return.

Simply make your donation at azburn.org/taxcredit/ and when you file your Arizona state tax return use the Qualifying Charitable Organization code 20667 to indicate you donated to Arizona Burn Foundation. ... See MoreSee Less

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Arizona Burn Foundation

Yesterday evening Arizona Burn Foundation was honored at Phoenix Fire Department’s Salute to Excellence Award Ceremony with a Special Recognition award for all the prevention education work ABF has done in the community. Thank you Phoenix Fire Department for your long time partnership to educate our community on burn prevention and fire safety. ... See MoreSee Less

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Camp Courage is staffed by volunteers including doctors, nurses, social workers, physical and occupational therapists, fire service personnel, teachers, and other professionals. Many of the staff are burn survivors themselves, a few were even campers at one point. The qualified staff participates in various professional development, team-building, and training sessions designed to prepare them to deal with the specific needs of burn survivors. This results in a highly dedicated group of volunteers.

Each year we need volunteers for the following positions: Counselors (guide campers through all activities all week); Ropes Crew (be a part of the ropes course, challenge course, archery or rifles); Art and Crafts (help campers express themselves creatively); and, Lifeguards (for the swimming pool and Lake Day).

Applications for Camp Courage 2019 are now CLOSED. All volunteers must be available for MANDATORY TRAINING on May 4, 2019. New applicants must be available for interviews with the Core Committee on March 1 or 2, 2019. For more information contact programs@azburn.org.