Shiners Hospitals for Children Teach Burn Safety

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Burn Safety

Bryce Neier is an attorney affiliated as an allied attorney (not employee) with the Alliance Defending Freedom Organization (formally The Alliance Defense Fund) and a litigator at his own practice in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Having prevailed on several major international law cases concerning child abduction, Bryce Neier also takes time outside of his work to support charities such as Shriners Hospitals for Children.

Shriners Hospitals is a nationwide chain that provides specialized treatment for children with orthopedic issues, spinal cord injuries, cleft palate and lip, and severe burns, as well as funding research for treatment in all of these areas. The hospitals have a focus on providing this care regardless of a family’s ability to pay for it, and thus relies on donations from sponsors to continue this work.

Along with its research and treatment, Shriners Hospitals for Children also have a multitude of programs available to assist in fundraising and research, and to educate children. Its educational programs focus on the issues that the hospitals deal with, and one of the most prominent is Be Burn Aware. This program teaches children safety around hot tools and stoves, and what to do in the event of emergencies involving fire. The program also provides those interested with educational materials and demonstrations for use at schools and gatherings involving children.


Joining St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital in Ending Childhood Cancer

A litigation attorney with more than 20 years of experience, Bryce Neier provides legal guidance in cases involving family law and criminal defense from a unique type of law firm in Fayetteville, North Carolina. An active philanthropist, Bryce Neier also endorses local charity events, such as the upcoming Give thanks. Walk. event, sponsored by St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

Founded in 1962, St. Jude’s has been instrumental in pioneering lifesaving treatments and breakthroughs for cancer and other serious diseases, pushing the survival rate of childhood cancer from 20 percent to more than 80 percent. In its effort to continue providing world-class pediatric care, St. Jude’s is hosting the annual Give thanks. Walk. in Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina, on November 22, 2014. Over the past 10 years, the event has pooled together the support and resources of more than 75 communities, raising over $11 million toward care and research efforts at the hospital. Contributions go toward supporting St. Jude’s mission to help families battling with cancer and to cover all costs associated with food, housing, travel, and treatment. Participation in the event is free of charge, and family members of all ages are invited to join the noncompetitive 5K event.

To learn more about participating or sponsoring a walker at Give thanks. Walk. events in North Carolina and other areas, visit