On April 16, 2019, the Art Pratt Foundation of Old Mission Rotary presented a grant of $5,364 to the Burn Institute.  The Executive Director of the non-profit, Susan Day, explained that the funds will be used to improve workstations with additional monitors and stand-up desks.  The Burn Institute reaches thousands of children and adults each year through fire and burn prevention education, burn survivor support programs and the funding of burn care research and treatment.  Susan Day also explained that homeowners of age 62 and up are eligible for free smoke detector installation.  
Photo (L-R): Art Pratt Foundation Board Member, Mark McAnelly; Old Mission Rotary President, Bob Chalfa; Art Pratt Foundation Board Member, Gary Collins; Art Pratt Foundation President, Lee Kaminetz; Old Mission Rotary Executive Secretary, Stan Vogelsang and Burn Institute Executive Director, Susan Day