4 days ago
Join us Saturday, October 26th for the 8th Annual Road Rally benefiting the Arizona Burn Foundation, helping burn victims become burn survivors with emotional and financial support.
The rally kicks off at APEX Motorsports with breakfast and the ability to drive laps at the track. Drivers will then head out through Superior to Globe for lunch. Maps will be provided at registration.
If you are interested in participating in the Road Rally, visit azburn.org/8th-annual-road-rally/ to register!
Please contact Patrick Andler at 602-510-4815 with any event related questions or sponsorship inquiries. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Our Camp Courage Counselor and Camper of the Year left this morning for the IAFF International Burn Camp in Washington D.C.!
International Burn Camp is a weeklong camp held annually for burn survivors ages 13-15 and the counselors who volunteer their time to make a difference in the lives of he campers. We can’t wait to hear all about it from Jason and Sebastyan!
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7 days ago
We are up in Carefree kicking off the 1st Annual Adult Burn Survivor Retreat! An amazing group of survivors and loved ones are here for a weekend of growth, healing, and connection.
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The Arizona Burn Foundation Golf Classic is two weeks away and we are looking forward to a night of fun and fundraising at Topgolf Scottsdale! A huge thank you to our Title Sponsor, The Entrekin Law Firm, for their generous support of the event and our mission! ... See MoreSee Less
Don't forget that at any Dbacks game during the month of September, you can participate in the Milo & Moxie poster contest! Go to a game, pick up a poster, draw a picture about fire safety, and post it on social media with #miloandmoxie. We will award an Xbox One to the winning picture! ... See MoreSee Less
The Leaders in Training program is intended to help bridge the gap for older teen campers by exposing them to leadership concepts and tools that they can employ as they encounter adulthood. The idea is to assist them in becoming counselors or leaders at camp and also to prepare them to be leaders in life. The program is designed to follow a four year progression. The LITs participate in group activities and discussions throughout the week. Basic leadership, strength and skill development, and mentorship are all integrated into the sessions.