Burn Survivors Throughout The World, Inc. (BSTTW) is an International 501 (c)(3)
Non Profit Organization. BSTTW is currently working in Africa, Argentina, Canada, Egypt, France, Ghana,
Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, India, Iraq, Israel, Mexico, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Slovenia, Spain, Tanzania, the UK, the United States
and Viet Nam. BSTTW has an office in Texas.
According to the United States Fire Administration (USFA), the United States has a severe fire dilemma that is more
so than what is generally perceived. Nationally, there are millions of fires, thousands of deaths, tens of thousands of injuries, and billions
of dollars lost - which makes the U.S. fire problem one of great national importance.
In 2005 there were 1,602,000 fires in the United States. Fifty percent of those fires were outside and other fires.
Over thirty-one percent were structure fires. And eighteen percent were vehicle fires. The result of those fires were 3,675 deaths and 17,925
burn injuries. To find out more about the United States National fires, deaths and injuries statistics go to
United States Fire Safety Statistics
Donations are tax deductable to the extent of the United States Tax Laws; Federal Tax ID #94-3403785. All types of
donations are extreamly important in helping us rebuild the lives of burn survivors and family members around the world.
BSTTW does not just need monetary donations, we also need, automobiles, wheel chairs, electric wheel
chairs, clothes, medical equipment and supplies, medications, office equipment, books, etc.. If you cannot donate monetarily, you might
want to think about becoming a BSTTW Volunteer. To learn more about volunteering with
BSTTW go to: