Our programs are only available through the generous support of donors like you. Help us make a difference in the life of a survivor.
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
Nova Scotia Firefighters Weekly 50/50 Draw
Since inception the take home prize has typically been over $100,000 each week! In fact the weekly take home prize has been very close to, or over, $150,000 for every draw in 2021 and prizes in 2022 have been just as great!
We would like to thank everyone who has been supporting us in this draw. Because of you we are able to maintain funding for our programs. If you would like to find out more about the fundraiser and/or participate in the next draw, simply click here for your chance at the next jackpot. Good Luck!
Another Successful Bike Run In Support Of Burn Survivors
The annual motorcycle ride in support of burn survivors took place Saturday June 25 at the Linacy Fire Hall, just outside of New Glasgow. Approximately 50 bikes took part in the touring run and donated approximately $4000 in support of Camp Connect. Some of the clubs involved were continuing supporters of Camp Connect including the North Nova Jeep Club (large donation!), Sea Titans, Red Knights, Katt Sass, Highlanders, BACA, Veterans Club, Highwaymen, and others. While some clubs held fundraising events, many of the donations generously came directly from the pockets of these club members. This type of grass roots support means a lot to the survivors of burn injuries in the province. We want to thank each and every participant for their fantastic spirit and support, and to Steve and Dee Stewart for organizing the event once again this year.
2022 Porters Lake Dragon Boat Festival Fundraiser
The 3rd Annual Porters Lake Dragon Boat Festival took place Saturday June 25 at the Narrows 9 Dragons Club, 9 Narrows Lane in Porters Lake. Despite the weather, participatants report having a good day of entertainment and racing in the narrows of Porter's Lake. As a result of registrations and sponsorship, event organizers were able to donate $1000 to the NSFFBTS in support of programs offered by the Society to assist survivors of burn injuries in Nova Scotia.
We would like to thank the Narrows 9 Daragons for organizing the fun filled event and the corporate sponsors who helped make the event a success.