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We Want to Hear Your AARBF Story!

For nearly 50 years, the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation (AARBF) has been providing burn prevention education and survivor services to community members all over California. How has AARBF impacted your life? As a burn survivor and/or family member/supporter of a burn survivor, we want to hear your journey of healing and how AARBF’s programs and services have helped you along that road. As a volunteer and/or first responder, we want to know what brought you to AARBF and how spending your time with us has changed your life. As a donor, we’d love to know why you continue to support AARBF and what part of our work and story resonates with you? Everyone’s story is important and worth telling!

Please submit all stories, photos, and/or videos via the form below or via email. Please do not hesitate to call our Executive Director, Jennifer Radics-Johnson at (818) 848-0223 with any questions or if you would prefer to tell your story through an interview.


    Upload your story files below. Each file cannot exceed 5MB. The collective file upload cannot exceed 10MB.(Acceptable file types: .jpg, .jpeg, .gif, .png, .pdf, .mp4, .docx)
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    The Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation needs your help to support its 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. Often, as people become aware of how to prevent burns, they also want to support programs that help those who have burn injuries. You can help our efforts to increase support for the valuable programs for burn survivors and to promote burn prevention education by allowing us to share your story.
    Yes, I authorize the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation to use photos/video/text from my submission for media and other affiliates, public education, and other AARBF materials. I understand that all information submitted, including last name, cause of burn, and any other sensitive personal information, may be revealed.