At different times during the year the Firefighters Burn Institute plans social events for burn survivors and their families. These social events change from year to year depending on the donations we receive from generous donors and the interests of our survivors. Social events in the past have included tickets to Sacramento Kings games, Sacramento River Cats games, Sacramento Republic FC games, barbeques, picnics, movie nights and more! These social events are a wonderful opportunity to build a network of support while meeting others who have gone through similar experiences.
For more information on upcoming social events please contact our office at (916) 739-8525 or email us at email@example.com.
In 2005, the Firefighters Burn Institute started a scholarship program for burn survivors who have participated in programs, events and/or services offered by the Firefighters Burn Institute and who were treated as an inpatient at a medical burn facility for twenty-four hours or more.
Up to four $2,000 scholarships will be awarded each year to burn survivors. Applicants must be pre-enrolled and accepted for full-time attendance to a college, university, trade school, or technical school before any money is distributed. Recipient must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA throughout the school year. This scholarship may be awarded to an applicant a maximum of twice.
The following items must be submitted for your scholarship request to be considered.
- Completed Cliff Haskell Perpetual Scholarship application
- Official high school transcript/GED, including credits and GPA OR official college, university, trade/technical school transcripts and GPA.
- Two letters of recommendation from any the following: camp directors or counselors, high school or college counselors, teachers, professors, principals, employers, and other program leaders.
- An essay (minimum of 500 words) addressing how being a burn survivor has changed your life and how the scholarship will help you achieve your personal and professional goals.
To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must have:
- Completed high school or received a GED or be in his/her high school senior year at the time of application.
- Applied to or been accepted to an accredited college, university, trade/technical school on a full-time basis or be a full-time student at an accredited college, university, trade/technical school and be enrolled for the 2019 Fall Term. We will verify each recipient’s college or trade school enrollment prior to disbursement of scholarship funds.
Applications must be postmarked by July 1st, 2019.
Mail Completed Application Package to:
Firefighters Burn Institute
Attn: Scholarship Committee
3101 Stockton Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95820
As part of our mission, the Firefighters Burn Institute is committed to funding education for medical burn team professionals and supporting burn treatment and rehabilitation research. To help fulfill this portion of our mission FFBI provides a limited number of education scholarships for Shriners Hospital and UC Davis Medical Center staff to attend the annual American Burn Association Conference. This annual meeting is the premier educational event for the entire burn care team.
The American Burn Association dedicates their efforts and resources to promoting and supporting burn-related care, prevention, education, and research. Their multidisciplinary membership enhances their ability to work toward common goals with other organizations and educational programs.
52nd Annual ABA Conference
March 17-20, 2020
Scholarship Application Deadline: November 1, 2019
How to apply for an educational scholarship to attend ABA:
Any Shriners or UC Davis Medical Center staff is eligible to apply for scholarship consideration. In order to be considered for a scholarship through the FFBI, please review the Scholarship Program Outline for instructions and requirements.
A Healthy, Safe & Fun Camp for Young Burn Survivors
We would like to invite your child to attend our Firefighters Kids Camp program! Firefighters Kids Camp is a one-week program that is held annually to benefit young burn survivors ages six (and completed the 1st grade) to age seventeen.