Written by Mary Garner Oden, Phoenix Fellow - Marketing & Communications on April 30, 2020
When Jill attended her first Phoenix World Burn Congress (Phoenix WBC) in 2016 as an exhibitor for Bio-Oil, she never anticipated that the event and organization would have such a great impact on her life.
Written on March 14, 2020
As people around the world are affected by COVID-19 (coronavirus), Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors is responding to our community's need to stay connected by doing more of what we do: providing spaces, including virtual ones, for continued growth and healing together.
Written on March 3, 2020
Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors understands the importance of being guided by a greater mission. Employee engagement in one way that many of our partners are providing benefits that enhance job satisfaction, loyalty and dedication toward their organizational goals. These programs also support individual performance and drive business outcomes.
Written by Amy Acton, RN, BSN on February 19, 2020
Frank was a longtime Phoenix Society champion, who died peacefully at home with his wife, Arlene, and his family nearby. He was a fellow sailor, and our mutual love of water was the foundation of a fast friendship at our first Phoenix World Burn Congress.
Written on February 19, 2020
Earlier this summer we announced the Breslau Society, which recognizes and celebrates those who have included Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors in their wills or estate plans. The Breslau Society is named for its founder, Alan Breslau, honoring a lifetime dedicated to uniting the voice of the burn community. We sat down with Julie and Ben Spiegel of the Spiegel Burn Foundation, who are supporting this effort.