Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 28, 2012
The Circle of Care Burn Foundation (“COCBF”) (http://www.circleofcareburnfoundation.org), announced today the launch of its new website. The site, which includes a complete redesign, new color layout, video, interactive features and full incorporation of social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Blogger), is a valuable resource for burn survivors, health care professionals and members of the community.
The site further showcases the A. Richard Grossman Scholarship Fund, and contains detailed information about COCBF and programs involving Direct Patient Assistance, Burn Survivor Support, and Burn Prevention and Education. Visitors to the site can also view slides from past events and fundraisers, as well as make a donation with one easy click. Along with detailed information about programs and news, the site is a convenient way to learn more about COCBF and offer assistance to burn survivors and their families.
Linda David, CEO stated, “Our new site is an interactive resource for patients, doctors, nurses and our supporters throughout the United States. The redesign makes it easy to learn more about our distinguished history and partnerships with some of the nation’s premier medical institutions. The site also educates people about our continued mission, and the many ways the public can support the programs and services we offer. ”
Dr. Richard Grossman, Founder of COCBF and the Grossman Burn Centers said: “COCBF is an essential organization for burn survivors and their families. The new website for COCBF captures that mission with innovative technology, inspiring stories, announcements and informative news articles. In fact, the site is an extension of the many commendable achievements COCBF performs for a diverse group of individuals and professionals. I applaud their continued success.”
COCBF provides assistance to burn survivors and their families. In addition to its close ties to the renowned Grossman Burn Centers, which it supports through direct patient assistance and other programs, COCBF is expanding its programs and its reach to include all of Southern California.
To learn more about the Circle of Care Burn Foundation, or to make a secure, tax-deductible donation to support its work with burn survivors, please visit: http://www.circleofcareburnfoudation.org.