Grants For First-time Attendees
Sally and her family personally experienced the life-changing value of various programs and lectures during their first attendance at the World Burn Congress. The Spiegel Burn Foundation’s primary advocacy efforts are directed to helping others with similar burn injuries, take that first step in their healing journey.
World Burn Congress is an annual international event of the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors that brings together more than 650 burn survivors, their families, caregivers, burn care professionals, and firefighters. This conference provides educational and emotional support for anyone who has been a part of the traumatic effects of a burn injury. To date the Spiegel Burn Foundation has helped to provide first-time attendee grants for over 300 burn victims and their family.
Apply for a Grant
Please email us with your contact information and a brief description of the applicant’s burn injuries. After review, a Foundation Board member will respond to your request. Support for anyone who has been a part of the traumatic effects of a burn injury. To date the Spiegel Burn Foundation has helped to provide first-time attendee grants for over 300 burn victims and their family.
Resources & Research
Spiegel Burn Foundation continues to participate in ongoing independent research into alternative treatments for the psychological and social improvement for burn aftercare. To date, gifts from our donors and fundraising efforts have assisted in the following support and research:
Ahielon Natural Healing Spray – Comprehensive study on relieving pain—If you’d like to participate, or have comments on the product, please email us
Camp Nah-Nah-Mah – Contributions of support and burn camp gifts
Ntouchtherapy LLC – Working with Matured Scar Tissue Workshops
Camp Amigo – Clinical studies on burn scars and management
Journal of Bodywork & Movement – Comprehensive Study on methods to aid survivors
Loyola Burn Unit – Continued support in state of the art Burn Care and Support Meetings
UMC Burn Center at University of Nevada School of Medicine – Support Meetings
Lions Club – UMC Burn Center
Project Sunshine – Camp Braveheart