Burned Children Recovery Foundation

Rating: 5 stars   18 reviews

Issues: Health

Location: 409 Wood Place Everett WA 98203 USA

Mission: Providing Hope and New Beginnings to Burned Children since 1989, We Let Know Child Walk Alone
Results: The Burned Children Recovery Foundation has helped over 114,000 children learn how to live behind the scars and move on to a full and productive lives.
Target demographics: We serve low income families with burned children under the age of eighteen.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 90
Geographic areas served: United States
Programs: Burned survivors services: Emotional and financial aid to burned children and their family. Phoenix House: 10 Bed recovery center where burned children come and learn how to deal with what has happened to them after fire and burns have changed their lives forever. National Burned Children Camp Phoenix: Providing a fun and educational expireance for burned children since 1990. Fire safety education: Distributes 100,000 Fire booklets annualy and attends area Safety Fairs.
2012 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

This foundation has improved my two daughters lives greatly. They have shown them that no matter what life throws at you, you can handle it. I soooo love this foundation, that i try to do my as much as possible to help it's cause. Thank you mr. Mathis, for all you and your friends and family have done for Makayla and Destiny Henson. We all truly feel like family... If anyone has scares internally or externally, you definitely need to give this foundation a chance, your whole life will change. THANK YOU...

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2012

 
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