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May 23, 2022

Help bring confidence to Camp Courage

Wesley’s story a great example of how Camp Courage helps children who have suffered the trauma of a burn build up their self confidence. Wesley was burned at seven during a camping trip when his shirt got too close to a heater and caught fire. After being AirVac’d to the Arizona Burn Center, he spent […]

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May 12, 2022

Will you help double the impact at Camp Courage?

Samantha’s story is a great example of why Camp Courage is so eternally significant to children that have suffered the trauma of a burn injury. Samantha was burned at 3 years old after trying to recreate a campfire in her bedroom. She spent two weeks in the hospital where she was visited by the ABF […]

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May 3, 2022

Wildfire 2022 Season is Here

Arizona’s wildfire season got off to an early start this year, with over 900,000 acres already burned in 2022. This year’s losses are predicted to be significantly worse than normal due to the lack of precipitation and oncoming winds. Historically, approximately 85% of wildfires are caused by humans. Here are some easy strategies you can […]

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May 3, 2022

May CEO Corner

Camp Courage is back!! We are one month away from our 32nd annual Camp Courage.  Camp Courage is our longest running program and after two years of being virtual we are so excited to be live once again in Prescott. Camp Courage allows for us to bring burn survivors between the ages of 6-18 together […]

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May 3, 2022

2022 Cook Like a Firefighter Announcement

  Mark Your Calendars! Arizona Burn Foundation’s 2022 Cook Like a Firefighter Competition October 10 – 14 Get your video and recipe to us anytime before October 1st Click here to sign your team up! ABF is excited to announce the return of our 3rd annual “Cook Like a Firefighter” competition! Highlights from last year: […]

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April 18, 2022

Phoenix Smoke Alarm Walk Recap

Our recent Phoenix community smoke alarm walk was a great success! Thank you to the volunteers who came out on March 26th and helped us install 404 working smoke alarms in Paradise Peak West Mobile Home Park. This event saw an incredible turn out of community leaders, including mayor Kate Gallegos, who showed their support […]

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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 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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