October 6 – 12, 2019 is recognized nationwide by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) as Fire Protection Week, a time dedicated to raising awareness to fire and home safety. The information found below was sourced from NFPA’s website.
Phoenix WBC 2019 is right around the corner! As you start preparing for the conference, here are a few ‘cheap eats’ spots that can help you save money during your trip and allow you to focus your energy on getting the most out of the conference and community experience.
A legacy gift allows a person of even modest means to make a huge difference and play a big role in creating these miracles.
Get cost-saving ideas to make a trip to Phoenix World Burn Congress possible for your family.
Tony Gonzalez is a burn survivor who recently attended Face Equality International’s Forum to discuss scarring inequality.
Meet Phoenix Society's five fellows! Learn more about each fellow and why they joined the organization.
We have built a three-year plan based on three primary pillars, which are designed to support the burn community through their healing journey and recovery process.
Regardless of why you volunteer, giving back to the burn community is a great way to help others get back to living.
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.
Hosted by Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, Phoenix World Burn Congress is the world's largest gathering of the burn survivors and their loved ones, connecting attendees with support, resources, and each other.
Our staff and dedicated committees are hard at work preparing another great Phoenix World Burn Congress experience for all attendees. New to Phoenix World Burn Congress 2018...
Jim Maymon joined the Phoenix Society Board of Directors in October 2017.
The Newtons’ story is an important reminder that whatever challenges we face, renewal is greater than regret. Every member of the Newton family struggled in a different way, but they each embarked on a journey of recovery and renewal. In 2009, Braegan and Kade were injured in a fire. After 3 months in the hospital, the Newton family returned home and tried to pick up where they left off. But they lived hours away from their doctor, and the family struggled without support.
Imagine this: a young solo traveler from Canada with little to no instruction of what to expect. Man oh man, it was quite the adventure. As I reflect on my time discovering each intricate layer of Phoenix World Burn Congress, I am grateful for the people who so willingly became my friends and surrounded me with love.
Kechi Okwuchi, America's Got Talent finalist, shares her #burnsarebeautiful story. "That memory signifies one of the most meaningful moments of my life as a burn survivor because I realized something important: "The real Kechi shines through her scarred exterior every day, and she is strong and beautiful."”
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