Trauma Burn Center
An honorarium is awarded annually to fire departments whose innovative efforts have demonstrated a statewide, countywide, or citywide impact on prevention and fire safety. This award is presented in joint effort by the Gayheart family and the University of Michigan Trauma Burn Center. This prestigious award includes an $1,000 honorarium and a plaque. Submit a nomination proposal by September 15, 2021.
Due to COVID-19, the CarFit program is hosting a series of Virtual Workshops to provide an in-depth look at several key aspects involved in getting a proper fit in your vehicle. Learn about what to look for when it comes to fit, the everyday household objects you can use to measure and make adjustments, and how this may keep you safer on the road. Register for a Virtual Workshop today!
This mini online eLearning course is an abbreviated modified version of Straight Talk that highlights some key learning points and provides several tools to help stop youth from misusing fire.
Navigate your way through these unprecedented times and learn about how burn foundations, burn centers, fire departments and community organizations are becoming adaptive and creative in their service delivery methods.
It is an honor to announce the recipients of the 2020 Leland Gayheart Prevention Award! Congratulations to the Hartland Deerfield Fire Authority for its Fire Safety Squad program and to Hopkins Area Fire Department for its Community Fire Prevention programs. Learn more about the annual Gayheart Prevention award here.
Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors is offering a new opportunity to explore, learn, heal and connect with the burn community. This global, virtual event will have many familiar Phoenix WBC elements, only in a single day format. Scholarships available!
It is time for the Bloomfield Twp. Fire Department Charities 34th annual golf outing to be held at the beautiful and exclusive Wabeek Country Club. This event will be held on Monday, May 17, 2021. It would be wonderful to have volunteers help with registration, sell raffle tickets, and represent Trauma Burn. Feel free to bring a friend or family member with you! It is a very fun event, beautiful course, and worthy cause!
National Stop the Bleed Day is designed to heighten public awareness that anyone can learn how to save a life. Learn how you, your family, your school, your place of worship, your company or any other organization you are a part of can be Stop the Bleed ready.
To encourage follow-up and regional support after the Phoenix World Burn Congress on May 14th, we are happy to announce the 2021 Burn Survivor and Family Workshop will be offered virtually this year and is open to all burn survivors, their family members, medical professionals, and fire service 18 years of age and older.