FUNDS TO HELP FIRE VICTIMS:
Executive Director, Jennifer Radics-Johnson, of the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation has funding to help victims of the So Cal Fires as well as the NoCal Fires.
You do not need to be a burn victim; you have to have been impacted by the fires.
You can contact Jennifer at 818-848-0223, ext. 12.
The Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation has been listed on the Southern California Grantmakers website as a resource for the Southern California wildfires (https://www.socalgrantmakers.org/…/southern-california-wild…).
ABOUT THE ALISA ANN RUCH BURN FOUNDATION
The Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation (AARBF) was founded in 1971 out of the tragic death of an 8-year-old girl, Alisa Ann Ruch. Alisa Ann’s parents and the Southern California Fire Service created AARBF to provide burn survivor services and fire prevention education so accidents like this would never happen again. The Ruch’s grassroots response to this avoidable tragedy has since grown into a $1.1 million agency with offices in San Francisco, Fresno, and Pasadena. Our mission is to significantly reduce the number of burn injuries through prevention education, and to enhance the quality of life of those affected by burn injuries in California. We work side- by-side with 110 fire departments and are in contact with the burn units of eight hospitals statewide.
Southern California Wildfires
Wildfires in Ventura, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Riverside Counties are forcing thousands of people from their homes and destroying millions of dollars in property. Our heartfelt thoughts go out to our members, partners, friends, and everyone affected. We will keep this page updated with infor…