The Christmas Charity Ball 2015 was a huge success, raising over £33,000; Polly and the Trustees would like to thank The Mayor of Waverley Borough, Mike Band, for choosing Dan's Fund for Burns as one of his Charities of the Year and to express appreciation for all the help and support given to us over the past twelve months, organising events throughout the year - to read more about it, follow this link >>>
Surrey Fundraisers organising events throughout the year - follow this link to find out more >>>
Emirates Airline Rugby Long Lunch
Emirates Airline has again generously supported DFFB at this outstanding annual lunch.
Twelve years on we are so grateful for this support which annually gathers over 750 enthusiasts for an afternoon of outstanding entertainment.
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The British Burn Association
Formed in 1968, the BBA is a National non-profit making organisation which enjoys charitable status.
Membership is not only available to physicians, surgeons, scientists, nurses, members of ancillary medical services and non-medical workers actively engaged in some aspect of the care of the burned patient, but also to persons interested in playing an active part in attempting to reduce the incidence and noxious effect of burning injury.
Children's Burns Trust
The CBT is a national charity making a positive difference in three ways:
- Working with others to raise the awareness of burns and scalds including PREVENTION campaigns.
- Working with NHS professionals to provide direct help and funding for REHABILITATION.
- Giving direct financial SUPPORT to families and hospitals and providing advice & access to burns related information.
Care of Burns in Scotland (COBIS)
The MCNs for Care of Burns in Scotland(COBIS) was launched in April 2007, and the mission of the MCN is to ensure that patients who suffer serious burn injury in Scotland:
- Are treated at an appropriate centre
- Are transported safely and expeditiously to that centre
- Receive a standard of care for burn patients irrespective of where they live
Hot Water Burns Like Fire Campaign
The Hot Water Burns Like Fire campaign was launched on the 14th September by Wakefield MP Mary Creagh with the aim of persuading the Government to introduce legislation to restrict the outlet temperatures for baths to 48°C in England and Wales, regulations which already apply in Scotland.
Every year in the UK around 20 people die and 570 suffer serious scald injuries due to hot bath water, with the under fives and the elderly are most at risk.
Disfigurement can affect anyone, at any time or at any age. Changing Faces is a national charity based in the UK that supports and represents people who have disfigurements of the face or body from any cause.
Burns Unit Group Support
B.U.G.S. is a small registered charity, founded in May 2000 by burn care staff and an ex-patient, based at the Salisbury District Hospital Burns Unit and serving a large regional area from Swindon to Southampton, Portsmouth and Weymouth, and across to the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands.
Burn Survivors Throughout The World
The BSTTW is an international, non-profit organization currently working in Africa, Argentina, Canada, Egypt, France, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, India, Iraq, Israel, Mexico, Pakistan, Peru, Slovenia, Spain, Tanzania, the UK, the United States and Viet Nam.
The Restoration of Appearance & Function Trust
RAFT is devoted to research and education in reconstructive plastic surgery and burn injury treatment to advance the care of patients. Our surgeons and scientists share their expertise in a hospital setting to bring results speedily from laboratory to patients.
Katie Piper Foundation
Katie Piper, a 26-year-old woman who was the victim of a vicious acid attack in March 2008 which destroyed her face, her life and her career as she knew it, set up the Katie Piper Foundation to help other burns victims like herself. She aims to support existing burns rehabilitation centres across the UK and introduce similar aftercare treatment that she received as standard in this country. The Foundation also aims to encourage people to accept burns victims and people with disfigurements in our society.