Grants to the Fort Wayne Fire Department’s Safety Education Program have purchased teaching tools like this “Burn House” that simulates a house fire.

BURN CARE AND PREVENTION GRANTS

Description: Accidents are the leading cause of burns. Over the years, donors provided these restricted funds to promote burn prevention education and to help educate healthcare professionals and first responders to emergency situations to treat severe burns with best care practices available. Grants typically range in size from $500 to $5,000. All grants will be made to non-profit agencies, not individuals.

The Foundation shares the values and charism of its Sponsor, the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, and follows Catholic Social Teaching. Applicants are encouraged to review our core values and key beliefs.

Deadlines: Anytime throughout the year

Eligibility: Applicants should be not-for-profit organizations that benefit residents of Allen County, Indiana.

Area organizations may apply for a grant from the Foundation’s Burn Care and Prevention Funds to promote burn prevention education and to help educate healthcare professionals and first responders to emergency situations to treat severe burns with best care practices available. Learn more about the Foundation through a sampling of Grants Awarded to promote Burn Care and Prevention.