This #GivingTuesday, make a donation to Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors. Your gift will support resources, tools, and programs for anyone impacted by a burn injury.
To build a community of transformational healing, we rely on people who believe in our shared vision of a future where no one recovers from a burn injury alone.
In September, Phoenix Society launched the “Burns Are Beautiful” campaign. Featured here, survivors share their stories of resilience, acceptance, and beauty with the tag #burnsarebeautiful.
"Because Phoenix Society is currently investing in telling its story, now is a very exciting time to come onboard as a storyteller. I feel fortunate to spend my days telling the powerful stories of our community—and of this organization. I’m a forward-thinking person, so the innovation happening at Phoenix Society right now is also thrilling to me."
Jim Maymon joined the Phoenix Society Board of Directors in October 2017.
The vision of Phoenix Society is to unite the voice of the burn community across the globe to profoundly advance lifelong healing, optimal recovery, and burn prevention. That’s a big, audacious vision. Some might say it’s unattainable. But as individuals impacted by burns and fire, we have a deep knowledge of what it takes to reach goals others believe are impossible. We understand that in the face of hardship, we rise.
The Joe Hickey Fire Service Award honors a firefighter or firefighter burn foundation that works to carry on the mission of the Phoenix Society and the local burn community. The award recipient must follow the late FDNY firefighter Joe Hickey's philosophy of placing the well-being of burn survivors above all, as his or her top priority. This year's recipient is David "Rico" Petruccelli.
The Alan and Delwyn Breslau Award is the highest distinction the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors can bestow and honors a Society member who has, through a collaborative spirit, significantly enhanced the ability of the Society to fulfill its mission of peer support, education, and advocacy. This year's recipient is Pat Horan.
Each year, the Harman Award is given to a Phoenix Society supporter that has had a significant impact on our community and organization programs through financial and volunteer leadership. This year's recipient is Shriners Hospital for Children.
Today, Howard is intentional in looking back and leveraging his past to build a better future for burn survivors everywhere.
In the latest issue of Burn Support Magazine, we introduced three of the newest members of the Phoenix Society team. Learn about their backgrounds, talents, and passion for supporting the burn community.
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