The best tropical event of the year is BACK — the 6th Annual Firefighter’s “A Tropical Affair”!
Come and enjoy an evening with Sacramento’s finest restaurants, breweries and wineries! This outdoor event will be held in Sacramento, include live music entertainment, Hawaiian hula dancers, local celebrities as MCs, and a variety of foods and beverages provided by generous local business sponsors from the Sacramento area.
Purchase tickets here!
Check out our event website for photos, updates and more!
Please be safe and never drink and drive! Courtyard by Marriott hotel is located conveniently across from the event venue! They will be offering a limited amount of rooms at a discounted price. Book your room today!
If your restaurant, bakery, winery or brewery wants to take part in this year’s event, download and complete the appropriate vendor packet (download one for either food or beverage). Contact Lisa Watanabe at (916) 739-8525 with any questions.
Become A Permanent Part Of Sacramento History with a Personal Engraved Brick!
Firefighters Burn Institute’s brick fundraiser offers a unique way to pay tribute to the memory of a loved one or companion, honor a special event or achievement, while showing your support for FFBI and the work we do for burn survivors.
The bricks will be used to pave a dedication memorial outside our office (historic Fire Station 9) honoring the late founder of FFBI, Sacramento Fire Captain Cliff Haskell. By taking part in this buy-a-brick fundraiser, your lasting commitment to the FFBI will be forever “set in stone”!
Due to COVID-19, it is with a heavy heart that we share FFKC 2020 is cancelled.
July 12th – 17th, 2020
Camp Arroyo in Livermore, CA
We are looking forward to a stellar camp session in summer of 2021 and hope to see all our campers and staffers back and resilient as ever! Thank you for your support now and through the years.
Firefighters Kids Camp is a program held annually to benefit young burn survivors ages six (and have completed the 1st grade) to seventeen.
Did you know? When microwaving food, steam inside covered containers can quickly reach over 200°F and burn your hands and face.
Home Escape Plans are important for every family to have and practice.