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Gloves, Masks, Money Needed for NY Firefighters in the Wake of Sandy

Drop off your donations to the Radnor Fire Company by Friday, Nov. 16.

The Radnor Fire Company is continuing its partnership with the Friends of Firefighters, Inc. (FoF) as a drop-off site for donations for the Fire Department of New York and the New York volunteer fire stations that were destroyed or damaged in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

These donations will help firefighters, their families and citizens as they recover from this disaster.

The deadline to donate items for this shipment is Friday, November 16 at 10 p.m. The next convoy of donations will head up early Saturday,  November 17. All items can be dropped off at the Radnor Fire Company.

To donate directly to the Friends of Firefighters, Inc. you can visit www.friendsoffirefighters.org and utilize the PayPal option. You can also drop checks off at Radnor Fire Company that will then be forwarded to FoF.

For community members who would like to donate, the following are needed:

Work Gloves – HIGH PRIORITY
Dust Mask – HIGH PRIORITY

Flash Lights – Battery Operated                                  

‘D’ Batteries                                                                        

Bottled Water                                                           

Canned Foods
Cleaning Supplies                                                

Toiletries
Trash Bags                                                           

Paper Towels           
Shovels                                                                     

Jackets                                                                                                                                   


All donations to Friends of Firefighters, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.

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