Phoenix Burns Project

Our Mission
  The Phoenix Burns Project promotes burn prevention and works to improve the quality of life for child burn survivors.
  The Phoenix Burns Project, a structure of St John Relief Services based in Cape Town, was established in 2006 to:

• Advocate for the rights of the burn survivor;
• Promote awareness and prevention of burn injuries;
• Facilitate rehabilitation and social re-integration of burn survivors.

The Phoenix Burns Project consults and cooperates with all other stakeholders in burn issues, especially the Burns Unit of the Red Cross Children’s Hospital, with a view to serving the various needs of burn survivors in the above areas most effectively.

  The Phoenix Burns Project is a Voluntary Association registered as a Non-Profit Organisation (Reg. No. 57-154) in terms of the Non-Profit Organisations Act (Act 71 of 1997). Donations to the Phoenix Burns Project are tax deductible under South African tax law. The organisation is governed by a Council which is suported by an Advisory Board of eminent persons in various disciplines. The Patron of the Phoenix Burns Project is the Most Reverend Stephen Brislin, Archbishop of Cape Town.