Events & Activities

Tough Mudder Lake Tahoe: Team FFBI

Firefighters and Nurses from the local area are getting ready to get muddy for a good cause! On Saturday, June 9th, team FFBI (Firefighters & Nurses) will be running the rigorous 10 to 12 mile, 20+ obstacle Tough Mudder course in Tahoe, CA. They have pledged to collectively raise $15,000 for the FFBI before the big day!
Support their fundraising goals by attending one of their events or through sponsorships.

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact our office at (916)739-8525 or

Thursday, March 22nd- Charity Paint Night (6PM to 9PM)
Location: Sactown Union Brewery- 1210 66th Street. B, Sacramento, CA 95819
Paint the night away with one of Sactown Union’s delicious brews. A portion of the proceeds will be going to the Firefighters Burn Institute! Limited amount of tickets available here.

Saturday, April 21st- Tough Mudder Pub Crawl (1PM to 5:45PM)
Check In Location: Kupros Craft House- 1217 21st Street, Sacramento, CA, 95816
Crawl from bar to bar and explore Sacramento’s downtown scene with the local firefighters and nurses of the FFBI Tough Mudder Team. Drink and food specials throughout the crawl for ticket purchasers. This event is 21 and over ONLY. Tickets and t-shirt packages available now on eventbrite.

2018 Firefighter’s “A Tropical Affair”

The best tropical fundraiser event of the year is BACK — join us for the 7th Annual Firefighter’s “A Tropical Affair”!

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Come and enjoy an evening out with Sacramento’s finest restaurants, breweries and wineries for a great cause! This outdoor event will be held at the lawn behind Shriners Hospital for Children in Sacramento, CA. Live music entertainment, Hawaiian hula dancers, local celebrities as MCs, and a variety of foods and beverages provided by generous local business sponsors from the Sacramento area, all included in the price of admission.

Purchase tickets here!

Check out our event website for photos, updates and more!

Please be safe and never drink and drive! Courtyard by Marriott hotel is located conveniently across from the event venue! They will be offering a limited amount of rooms at a discounted price. Book your room today!


If your restaurant, bakery, winery or brewery wants to take part in this year’s event or have any questions, contact Lisa Watanabe at (916) 739-8525 with any questions.


If your business would like to become a sponsor for this event, please fill out and return the sponsorship enrollment form. More detailed information on the different sponsorship levels can be found on the sponsorship benefits page. THANK YOU to our current sponsors!!

Phoenix World Burn Congress 2017

Each year hundreds of burn survivors from all over the world come together to share their stories, find resources for their recovery and build a network for support. The Phoenix World Burn Congress is the world’s largest gathering of the burn community, connecting attendees with resources, support, and each other.

This year’s WBC was held October 4-7th in Dallas, TX. For many, it is the first chance to connect with others on the journey of recovery after a burn injury. World Burn Congress (WBC) can be a life changing experience, not only for burn survivors, but for their family, friends and caregivers as well. WBC offers a supportive environment for transformational healing and gives those affected by burn injuries the tools to thrive again.

Firefighters Burn Institute was proud to provide 20 scholarships to help burn nurses, burn survivors and their families to attend an opportunity to embrace the experience. The conference helps burn survivors and their families understand and cope with the physical and emotional challenges associated with burn recovery. WBC not only offers burn survivors the chance to meet others overcoming similar challenges, but also gives the hope and encouragement to go beyond merely surviving. You can read the program highlights on the Phoenix Society blog.

Without your continued support, scholarships like these would not be possible. Your donations make a difference by directly helping burn survivors who otherwise could not afford to attend these programs on their own.

We thank you for your continued support. We could not do what we do without you!

Helping Burn Survivors Since 1973