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Who We Are

The Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation (AARBF) is a California-based nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing burns and fires and providing services to those who have been affected by a burn injury.

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Donate

A donation to our cause is one of the best ways to support our organizations.

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Volunteer

Contribute your time and energy into making a difference with AARBF as a volunteer.

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Get Help

AARBF supports burn survivors and family members with a variety of supportive services.

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Survivor Services

Recreational Events

We are wholeheartedly dedicated to providing services to those who have been affected by burn injuries.

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Emotional Support

Burn survivors and their families need a special kind of support, and AARBF is prepared to help.

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Financial Assistance

AARBF offers emergency financial, food, and transportation assistance for burn survivors and their families.

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More important than what we do is why we do it. Here are last year’s numbers.

2,651

Burn survivors and family members who received services

656

Burn survivors and family members visited in the hospital

35,728

Community members reached for burn prevention

29,328

Students reached via Firefighters in Safety Education

Latest Burn Bulletins

The Burn Bulletin is a monthly electronic newsletter with articles on upcoming and past AARBF events and programs and news of interest to fire fighters, burn survivors, the medical community, donors and volunteers.

November 2020 Burn Bulletin
08 Nov 2020

November 2020 Burn Bulletin

Each year, the first full week of October is dedicated to Fire Prevention Week. This year’s national theme was “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen.” Although kitchen safety is a very important topic, especially in recent months with so many people spending more time at home and preparing their own meals, it is not the most important issue facing California.

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