Leadership Development

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We are so grateful to be a recipient of grant money from the Phoenix Suns which will help us further advance our mission of improving the quality of life of burn survivors and their families while promoting burn prevention education in Arizona
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This morning, an amazing group of volunteers gathered in Glendale to install more than 130 free smoke alarms in high risk homes. This smoke alarm walk was made possible through the partnership between ABF, Glendale Fire Department, Glendale Fire Fighters Charities, and the American Red Cross. Thank you volunteers for a great morning making Glendale residents more safe in their homes!
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On October 19th, the Arizona Burn Foundation is partnering with the Glendale Fire Department to educate the community, reduce the risk of house fires, and save lives! With your help, we are installing free smoke alarms in homes located in high-risk neighborhoods.

We plan on reaching 400 homes with this event, so we need volunteers to help make this happen! We will provide you with all the necessary tools and training to do the installations. This is a great event that not only benefits families in need, but is also a fun way to hang out with your friends and family while networking with others that truly care about giving back.

Meet us at the southwest end of Sahuaro Ranch Park at 8:00am to help save lives! To sign up, visit azburn.org/smokealarms/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Just over a week away! 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

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In honor of #nationalfirepreventionweek, 74 volunteers gathered in Tempe, along with American Red Cross SW, Tempe Fire Medical Rescue Department, and ABF to install 250 free smoke alarms in Tempe. Thank you volunteers for a great morning! ... See MoreSee Less

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Leadership Development consisting of the Leaders-in-Training (LIT) Program and counselor opportunities at Camp Courage. The Leaders-in-Training Program is a four year program for burn survivors ages 16-20 who have attended Camp Courage. It includes special programming during the week of Camp Courage and gatherings throughout the year for further leadership development.

Many burn survivors who have been in the LIT Program then become counselors or lead staff at Camp Courage. Others become key volunteers for Milo & Moxie: Smart Safety Rangers or our Community Smoke Alarm Program.

LIT Application