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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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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 11, 2022

Thunderbirds Charities Supporting Burn Survivors

Arizona Burn Foundation received a $50,000 grant to fund Helping Others, Promoting Empowerment (HOPE) Services. These services begin the moment a burn patient is admitted to the Arizona Burn Center or the Burn Unit at Banner University Medical Center Tucson, and continue until the burn survivor and their family, is independently thriving once again. In […]

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March 2, 2022

March CEO Corner

We are so happy to be back in person for many of our events and activities here at ABF. So far in 2022 we have been able to install working smoke alarms in about 200 homes, with 6 more walks planned this spring. It is shaping up to be a very impactful smoke alarm season.  […]

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March 2, 2022

Successful Smoke Alarm Walks

Exciting news – ABF has held 2 very successful smoke alarm walks this spring! With the help of the Tucson Fire Department, Tempe Fire Department, Red Cross, and community volunteers, we have already installed over 300 dual sensor, 10-year, battery sealed smoke alarms at no cost to Arizona residents. We are excited to continue this […]

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February 7, 2022

Become a Friend of ABF

You can give hope and comfort to a family all year long by becoming a monthly donor. When you become a monthly donor you provide community resources, emotional support, peer connections, and assist in a life moving forward. Here is how much your gift matters to burn survivors like Sam: $10 a month (or a […]

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