Please join us for happy hour at McFaddens! All proceeds will help support the West Penn Burn Center Camp.

Children can be faced with a variety of pressures – whether it’s from school, sports, friends...But for some, there’s the added pressure of dealing with burn disfigurement. At the West Penn Burn Center Camp, we provide a free, safe environment that offers campers a variety of team building activities. More importantly, the West Penn Burn Center Camp provides these wonderful kids with self-confidence and long lasting friendships! 

We hope you can join us for happy hour at McFaddens in the North Shore on Saturday, September 23. You will help provide those children, who are learning to survive with their burn injury, the support needed – physically and emotionally. 

If you can't attend but would like to give a gift, please click here.

Date/Time: Saturday,  September 23, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 

Location:  McFaddens at 211 N Shore Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15212.  Click here for directions.

Event Details: One of our own Burn Center staff and physician’s will be the mystery guest bartender! Tickets are $20/each. Each ticket includes a wrist band that will provide $2 drinks and appetizer specials. All other beverage and food purchases are separate. We will be including several gift basket raffles! 

For any questions, please call Gina Hajduk at 412.578.5281. 

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About West Penn Burn Summer Camp...

In 1986, West Penn Burn Center established its Summer Camp for Burn Injured Children. The goal was to give children who have been burned a chance to heal physically and emotionally in a supportive environment that offered plenty of opportunities for fun.

At this free, five-day camp, kids ages 7 to 17 who have been treated at West Penn Burn Center meet to share their stories and enjoy new experiences. With the guidance of skilled professionals, children are encouraged to meet new challenges and to take positive risks by participating in adventures — such as rope climbing — that help build confidence while building strong bodies.

Counselors from West Penn Hospital and West Penn Burn Center make sure that campers gain the most they can from appropriate activities. Skilled medical staff are equipped for emergencies and are able to supervise dressing changes, pressure garments, and scheduled medications.  Firefighter groups such as the local F.O.O.L.S. and Fire & Iron also volunteer their time, equipment, and expertise to enhance the fun and learning children experience during Camp.

The Burn Center’s Summer Camp is underwritten by The Western Pennsylvania Hospital Foundation and the generosity of individuals, local corporations, and foundations. Funding is also provided through Aluminum Cans for Burned Children (ACBC), a non-profit recycling program that helps children who have been burned to heal and helps prevent other children from being burned.

 

For more information, click here to visit our website!

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