SAN ANTONIO - The Burned Out Survivors' Fund, a non-profit charitable organization that assists fire victims and their families, will accept monetary donations for the family of firefighter Scott Deem, who died in Thursday night's fire at a Northwest Side shopping center.
The BOS Fund will also assist families of injured firefighters Brad Phipps and Robert Vasquez.
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People wishing to make a tax-deductible donation to either an individual family or all families can mail their contributions to:
Burned Out Survivors' Fund
P.O. Box 15185
San Antonio, Texas 78212
Electronic contributions are also accepted online on the BOS website.
All donations will be given directly to the families.
All monetary donations are tax deductible, and donors will be given a receipt.
Burned Out Survivors' Fund is registered with the IRS as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
For more information, call 210-472-1717, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the BOS website.
Donations can also be made online to the 100 Club of San Antonio, a nonprofit that provides financial assistance for the families of police officers and firefighters. The 100 Club also helps with higher education needs of victims' children.
Club president Richard Miller said donations made to the 100 Club will fund the 100 Club Survivors Fund.
KSAT 12 will be hosting a phone bank on Tuesday for the Burned Out Survivors' Fund. More information is provided in the image below.
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