Still More Tickets Available to Emerson’s Ignite the Night Event

You are invited to “Ignite the Night: A Celebration Benefiting Burn Thrivers Worldwide”, a fundraising event for the nonprofit organization, that will take place at Emerson’s Bordy Theater on Saturday, April 16th, 7-10 pm so make sure to mark your calendar!

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Tickets are just $50 and can be purchased online, not at the door.
If you can’t attend please consider donating so a burn survivor can! All donations are tax deductible – this is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.

Community Event Will Support Burn Victims Worldwide

The evening’s festivities will be set to the tune of headlining burn thriver Dan Caro’s drumming, alongside performances by the Emerson College Treblemakers, Dance Group – Paradise Lost, and a Spoken Word piece by Muji A. Karim a burn thriver and athlete. Food and beverages will be served. In addition, a silent auction will be held. It’ll be a night fueled by support for the burn survivor and thriver community, in Boston and all around the world. Join us iIgnite the Night Emerson College n supporting this vibrant community and worthy cause!

HandReach is thankful to our Ignite the Night Sponsors:
Golden Igniter – Topical BioMedics, Inc., makers of Topricin Silver Igniter – Shriner’s Hospital for Children Boston & Springfield Bronze Igniter – National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

This event has been organized by Emerson College’s Communication Studies Department and Professor Cathryn Edelstein’s CC472 Nonprofit Fundraising class, with funding from a grant provided by the Emerson College Office of Service Learning.


Help a Great Cause that is Underfunded Across the World

Severe burn injuries are underfunded worldwide. HandReach provides holisitic, accessible treatments across the globe to ensure the best pediatric burn care and rehabilitation in the places they’re needed most. As the only American-based organization helping burn survivors internationally, Handreach trains care centers overseas to treat complex injuries and promote full rehabilitation for children, regardless of income, location, and health care coverage.

Please join Professor Cathryn Edelstein and her Nonprofit Fundraising class for a truly impactful experience! To learn more about Ignite the Night and HandReach check out and like the organizations on Twitter and Facebook.

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