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Washington-based ABC News Speaks with CBCF Kids & Counselors

Nice article and TV segment about The Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp. Washington, D.C.-based WJLA ABC news highlights the D.C. area children and counselors who attend camp. https://wjla.com/features/hero-247/childrens-burn-camp-firefighters-dc-ct

Be a Gala Sponsor or Advertiser to support the CBCF!

Click here to download the 2018 Gala Sponsor/Advertiser Contract Form! This year we will be Celebrating our 40th Anniversary! It all began with one firefighter’s dream. Arthur C. Luf formed an organization that would help educate the community on fire safety and fire prevention, support training of professionals on the latest techniques in care and

Diversity Makes For Great Theater

Theater has the power to help us better understand ourselves as well as others, whether it’s people from diverse cultures or anyone who is different than us. So it’s no surprise that New Paradigm Theatre (NPT), a company renowned for its imaginative productions that embrace diversity, will present another show with a poignant and timely

CBCF Spends a Minute with the Mayor of Milford

Watch the video below of CBCF Executive Director Kathlene Gerrity speaking with Ben Blake, Mayor of Milford, Connecticut about the Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp and upcoming events to support the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation.

Former Camper organizes Kayak-a-thon to benefit the Children’s Burn Camp!

Former camper and, for the past three years, a counselor at the Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp, Kelsey Pandiani will be participating in the Kayak-a-thon to benefit the Children’s Burn Camp. She will be joined this year by Teresa Mariconda, Lou Chupak, and Lynn Pandiani and their goal is to cover the cost of

2018 New Haven Bed Race to benefit CBCF

The 2018 New Haven Bed Race will benefit Connecticut Burns Care Foundation, Inc. We are very excited to be part of this fun event!! Looking forward to some creative/ingenious designs. Bring it on! Read the entire article on WTNH’s website