Help Us Help Survivors Of Burn Injuries

Our programs are only available through the generous support of donors like you. Help us make a difference!

Each year Nova Scotia Fire Fighters respond to thousands of emergency calls. Fire fighters respond to the problem as quickly as possible, but the commitment and dedication to the injured does not end when the emergency is under control and trucks are back in the station.

Incorporated by local fire fighters in 1983, the Nova Scotia Fire Fighters' Burn Treatment Society is a non-profit charity that has contributed burn care equipment and educational materials to our local hospitals, assisted burn survivors with post hospital care, and supported burn survivors with their ongoing issues as they continue the long struggle to recover physically and emotionally. The reward is immeasurable as we witness milestone moments in a survivors long road to recovery.

If you want to learn more about us and perhaps interested in becoming a member of the Society please feel free to contact us.

Camp Connect Forms

Mailouts for 2019 Camp Connect are being sent out this week (June 3) via regular mail. We know everyone is excited about attending so if you wish to get a head start, all the same Camp forms are available on this website by clicking "Camp Connect" in the menu above.


NSFFBTS Partners With Narrows 9 Dragons For The 1st Annual Porters Lake Dragon Boat Festival

We are pleased to announce the first annual Porters Lake Dragon Boat festival offered to all Firefighter’s and their families on Saturday July 13th. Narrows 9 Dragons have partnered
with Waters Edge Patio Grill located at 122 Post Office Rd. Porters Lake to host the event. Food and drinks will be available during the races which will begin at noon. We have arranged live music with Chad Doucette 3rd runner up in the 2006 edition of Canadian Idol and the band “Second Helping”. Tickets will be $30 per person. The ticket includes a Dragon burger or Dragon hotdog (bacon wrapped hotdog with pineapple and teriyaki sauce), a cold beverage (14oz Draught) or soft drink, a festival t-shirt and one dragon boat practice before the festival.

The Nova Scotia Fire Fighters Burn Treatment Society will be the exclusive charitable partner for this event. Together we will raise money for the work the NSFFBTS does through corporate donations, sponsorships and/or companies who wish to compete in the actual races themselves.

Teams can be made up to a maximum of 20 paddlers and a drummer per boat. A full boat is ideal but you would be able to compete with a minimum of 12 participants. Teams can consist of Firefighters from any station or shift, as well as spouses, family and children aged 13 and older. For those with children between ages 4-12 we will have our day camp counsellors run activities and provide child care at our 9 Narrows Lane location a few kilometers from the race site. Fee for child care for the duration of the event is $20.

Please contact Trevor Marshall for ticket purchases and team entries at
(902)478-3242 or sarah@lifemaps.cc with any questions. We accept email transfer or cash. There are only 200 tickets to be sold so get your entries in ASAP.

Donations Via PayPal Giving Fund

The NSFFBTS has received several donations through the PayPal Giving Fund. If  you are unaware of donating using this method, simply click on the 'Donate' button at the top left of this page. Many of these donations have been entered anonymously via different social media platforms as well as through PayPal so we have no idea who the donors are. We want to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to anyone who has donated to our charity through this method. Your donations go directly to programs and assistance offered by the NSFFBTS. Thanks again!

Lakeside Volunteer FD Bingo Group Presents Another Big Donation

The Lakeside Volunteer Fire Fighters Bingo has come through again this year with another $5000 donation to the NSFFBTS. The cheque was presented to Society Directors on May 16 during a break at their weekly Bingo Night. The Lakeside Volunteer Fire Fighters Bingo group have been regular contributers to the Society for several years contributing $10,000 in just the last 2 years.
Pictured in the presentation are (top) James Belanger, NSFFBTS Chairman Dave Collier and Director Jim White, Tanya Myra, James Guirdry (bottom) Annamarie Noble, Haley Little, Emma Myra and, Jenna Davis.





The following is a list of upcoming events for the NSFFBTS

1st ANNUAL PORTERS LAKE DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL: Saturday July 13 at Post Office Road, Porters Lake. This is a new event for the organizers and the Society. See left side for more information.

5th ANNUAL POKER RUN: Sunday July 21 at the Bible Hill Fire Hall. Click here for more information on the event.

CAMP CONNECT: Our annual summer camp for burn survivors of all ages will be held August 11 - 16. Applications are available online now. Click here for information about the Camp and download an application.


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