Firefighters Burn Treatment Society has partnered with SYC to bring you a beautiful amber ale. We named the beer No. 23 because station 23 serves and protects the area. This beautiful, smooth, full bodied amber ale beckons of honey malt, caramel, and bread. The sweet malty flavour is well balanced by soft pine and earthy aromas. All proceeds from this beer will go towards raising funds for the Edmonton Fire Fighters Burn Treatment Society.
The Edmonton Fire Fighters Burn Treatment Society raises funds and awareness for research, treatment, and the recovery of thermal injuries. It is managed and supported by firefighters who volunteer and dedicate their time. As with all other non-profit organizations they are facing an ever-increasing demand for limited resources and volunteer support. The Firefighters Burn Treatment Society has essentially no overhead or administrative costs. They are managed and operated by firefighters who volunteer their time. All funds received are presented to the Firefighters Burn Treatment Unit at The University of Alberta Hospital at the Annual General Meeting and Luncheon held in spring.
The funds have been designated to be used to support research, treatment and recovery. This includes the purchase of new and specialized equipment, ensuring enhanced patient care. It allows for the continuing education of burn unit staff to remain current and share new treatment techniques. We also designated funds to the support The Alberta Fire Fighters Burn Camp
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