Thank you for your loyal and generous support of the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors!
Phoenix Society's Annual Campaign has just kicked off! Our donors are helping us connect survivors and their families to critical resources throughout the United States and the world.
There is no better time than now to make a gift. When you give generously before the end of the year, you double your impact! Phoenix Society has been given a remarkable challenge by 4 burn survivors to match new and increased gifts for 2013 - dollar for dollar up to $20,000.
Your gift will:
- Alleviate suffering by reaching more survivors and families with the transforming power of peer support,
- Improve the quality of life for burn survivors by bringing together the burn community to create the most effective resources and broadest support network possible.
Your generosity is appreciated, recognized, and most importantly, needed now more than ever!
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Allosource Donates to PEG Scholarship, Beginning 10-Year Partnership
AlloSource, one of the nation's largest non-profit providers of skin, bone and soft tissue allografts for use in surgical procedures and the world's largest processor of Cellular bone allografts has recently announced that it pledged to donate $30,000 annually to the Phoenix Society. Through AlloSource's relationships with burn center across the country, AlloSource understands that burn survivors have a challenging time returning to the quality of life they previously maintained.
The AlloSource financial gift will be donated over 10 years and used by the Phoenix Society for its PEG Scholarship (Phoenix Educational Grant) - the first national scholarship program created for burn survivor students.
"This timely investment from AlloSource ensures burn patients the very best aftercare they deserve," states Amy Acton, Executive Director of the Phoenix Society, "we can now award scholarships to more applicants each year and support our ongoing programs that assist social reentry after a burn injury."