Professional Fire Fighters of Utah /Combined Charities Golf Tournament
The University of Utah Healthcare Burn Camp Program was established in 1193 to help support survivors with the personal challenges associated with burn injuries. Burn Camp is a wonderful way to begin the healing process by sharing experiences with other burn survivors facilitated by a staff of nurses, firefighters, physical therapists, other professionals and volunteers.
The Professional Fire Fighters of Utah have partnered with Operation Warm, a national non-profit, to provide brand new, American made winter coats to children Utah living in poverty. Beyond providing warmth, a new coat positively impacts a child's attendance at school, self-esteem and overall health and well being. Our mission is to serve children ages 3-11 living at or below the federal poverty guidelines.
The Muscular Dystrophy of Utah serves 1500 families with one of 43 rare muscular diseases. Fire Fighters have been supporting MDA for more than 60 years to save and improve the lives of the people fighting muscle disease by raising funds to find treatments and cures.
The mission of the Fire Fighter Cancer Support Network is to provide assistance through mentoring, education and prevention to fire fighters and their families. We maintain a charitable giving fund to assist our brother and sister fire fighters struggling with tragedy including a higher than average rate of rare cancers. The Utah chapter of the Fire Fighter Cancer Support Network is an example of an organization this fund supports.