Half of all deaths or injuries in residential fires occur in homes with no working smoke alarms. Install smoke detectors on all floors and test them once a month. When you change your clocks, replace the batteries in your smoke alarms.
Help your family escape in the event of a fire by having an escape plan and holding fire drills at least twice a year. Identify two exit routes from each room and ensure all members of the family are familiar with the plan.
Most scald injuries happen to young children. Keep water heater settings at or below 120°F.
These special camps are a place where children disfigured from burns can gather for a few days and forget that they look different; a place where they can develop new friendships and realize that others have had similar experiences.
Your donation to Firefighters Burn Fund can help a burn victim near you.
Our board of directors diligently seeks out individual cases within a reasonable radius of your area so that the impact of your donation can be felt close to home.
We bring donors and victims together.
If you know a burn victim in need of assistance or a burned child that would like to attend a children’s burn camp, please feel free to contact us with the name, address, phone number, and nature of the victim’s burns and we will contact them directly.
Also, your donations are needed. We would not be able to provide support without the generosity of our donors.
Download the Application for Assistance. Contact us and donate to help a fire burn victim today!