Milo & Moxie Smart Safety Rangers

Milo & Moxie Smart Safety Rangers

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Arizona Burn Foundation CEO, Robyn Julien was recently awarded the BMO Financial Group Celebrating Women award for “Women Who Serve” representing a successful non-profit executive in the state of ...

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Arizona Burn Foundation CEO, Robyn Julien was recently awarded the BMO Financial Group Celebrating Women award for “Women Who Serve” representing a successful non-profit executive in the state of Arizona. Robyn is pictured with ABF Board of Director’s Chair Elect, Rick Danford, BMO Vice President, Arizona Region Business Banking. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are officially one month away from the 19th Annual Holiday Festival of Trees and it is not too late to get your tickets! Come join us on December 9th to bid on your favorite silent auction items, see the beautifully designed trees up close and raise money to help us fulfill our mission to improve the quality of life of burn survivors and their families and promote burn prevention education in Arizona.

To purchase your tickets, visit azburn.org/holiday-festival-trees/

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Children are the most vulnerable group for burn and scald injuries. Milo & Moxie: Smart Safety Rangers story-time curriculum addresses burn safe behaviors for both children and their parents. Milo, an adorable and loveable dog, teaches Moxie, an inquisitive hummingbird, how to prevent burn injury and be fire safe in and around the home. Over 50 volunteers have been trained to present this interactive and fun program to children throughout Arizona. If you are interested in offering burn prevention education in your classroom, please contact: programs@azburn.org.

According to SafeKids Worldwide, in 2012, more than 136,000 children across the country, including more than 67,000 children 4 and under, were injured due to a fire or burn and treated in emergency rooms.

Scald burns, caused by hot liquids or steam, and contact burn are the most common types of burn-related injuries among young children. For safety tips to prevent burn injury to your child check out the links below: 

 

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