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February 7, 2022

Reminder: Life After Burns

Your gift provides burn survivors a community! Our virtual support groups grew out of the pandemic, but have become a vital resource to burn survivors in remote areas. Because of you, burn survivors are able to connect with others, tell their story, and participate in therapeutic healing opportunities. Victoria, a Canadian burn survivor, sustained third […]

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February 7, 2022

Volunteers Needed!

Our programs and services are growing! We need your help to expand our mission to improve the quality of life for burn survivors and their families in Arizona, while promoting burn prevention and fire safety advocacy and education. We are holding our bi-annual Community Smoke Alarm Walks. We have targeted 8 at-risk neighborhoods across the […]

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February 7, 2022

Burn Prevention Week is Here

Burn Awareness Week is here. This week is Burn Awareness Week. This is an opportunity for you to share burn prevention advocacy and education with your community. As part of Burn Awareness Week, our goal is to raise enough funds to provide 600 low-income families in high risk neighborhoods with working smoke alarms. When you […]

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February 7, 2022

Spring Smoke Alarm Walks

ABF’s spring smoke alarm walks are back! We are partnering with 8 Arizona Fire Departments to install FREE smoke alarms in low-income, high-risk communities across the state. We will be visiting over 2,400 homes in the next 4 months and need your help! Volunteering at these walks is fun, inspiring, and very rewarding. You will […]

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February 7, 2022

February CEO Corner

Spring is in the air. Here in Arizona we are blessed to have mild winters which allows for us to have an early jump on spring weather.  And what will we do with these spring like temperatures? We will make an impact in our communities of course. Spring is when we are able to do […]

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January 3, 2022

Milo & Moxie in Review

As we begin the New Year and reflect on our programming, we would like to take a moment to celebrate the incredible success of our Milo & Moxie: Smart Safety Rangers™ curriculum! Since the program’s targeted launch in 2017, we have seen an overall 31% decrease in the number of pediatric burn admits to the […]

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January 3, 2022

Growing H.O.P.E The Close of 2021

ABF’s ambitious 3-year plan to expand our programs and services throughout the state is closing in on the end of the first year.  During this year we have been able to secure over 49% of our 3-year goal of $1.78M dollars and have been able to establish an office in Tucson, hire a Client Care […]

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January 3, 2022

January CEO Corner

Happy New Year from all of us here at ABF. As we reflect on 2021 we once again see our burn community impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and our programs were held virtually.  We feel strongly that we are still delivering opportunities for our families to stay connected and make an impact on their journey […]

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November 16, 2021

Growing H.O.P.E- Consider the Possibilities

In a recent support group meeting hosted by ABF staff counsellors, some family members were in attendance. They were motivated to be part of the burn survivor support group to learn about different resources and learn of different ways they could be of support to their family member who was a burn survivor. At a […]

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November 9, 2021

November CEO Corner

This time of year, the weather starts to feel cooler, the days are shorter, the feeling starts to lean to festive and that can only mean one thing….ABF Annual Festival of Trees must be upcoming. We are looking forward to getting everyone back in person at the Arizona Biltmore on Saturday December 11th.  We have […]

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