The COVID-19 crisis has impacted our fundraising events, our mission to enhance the quality of life of those affected by burn injuries through our supportive programs and meaningful interactions, our school-based prevention educational programs and even our day-to-day work as staff. But thanks to your contributions and ongoing support, even during these uncertain times, AARBF’s programming will continue.
AARBF needs your community support! Consider donating, creating or joining a fundraising team today to help raise funds! Scroll up and click "Donate" or "Join"!
It is the 11th anniversary for “Grow Your Stache”. This year it will be a bit different for us all. We are heavily supported in this fundraiser by volunteers, community partners and by medical professionals such as; burn unit nurses, physical therapists, doctors. This year it will be harder on them to be able to support AARBF because they are needed more than ever during this pandemic, their mission is to make sure we are safe and cared for.
Are you able to help AARBF and your fellow medical teams out? Help raise funds for the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation during our 7 week fundraiser starting April 15th and ending June 3rd. You are able to sport a mustache to spread awareness or choose a more virtual option by updating your profile picture with a mustache. Another option is to use our social media Facebook filter for at least a couple of weeks to continue to help spread awareness without being in public.
Create or join a team and encourage your friends, family, community, camp counselors, medical professionals, new counselor training class and firefighters to participate and donate here online!
Scroll up and click "join" to create or join a team today!
Contact Erika Mendoza, AARBF Resource Development Manager, at (Call) 559-286-0710 x 17 & (text) 559-317-6710 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions!
Thank you for supporting our mission: to significantly reduce the number of burn injuries through prevention education, and to enhance the quality of life of those affected by burn injuries in California.