Following a burns injury, you may need practical support, advice, information or someone to talk to. The charities listed below are charities in the UK offering help to adult burn survivors. The links take you to their websites where you can find further information on what the charity does and how they may be able to assist you as an adult burn survivor.
BURNAID (West Midlands Regional Burns Unit Trust Fund) is a small local charity that aims to support West Midlands Burn Survivors and their families at the Burn Centres at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and the Birmingham Children’s Hospital. These two Burn Centres cover an area extending over a seventy mile radius around the two hospitals. To find out more, please visit their website. Website
The BBA is a charity concerned with all aspects of burn care. Its membership is made up those interested in burn prevention and sharing knowledge on best treatment and rehabilitation following a burn injury. The Association organises educational events and an annual scientific meeting for both members and non-members. Website
A.S.T.I is a UK charity working to end acid violence globally. The charity works with a network of global partners to help provide medical expertise, training, research and raise funds to help support survivors of acid attacks. Website