Another fire department Medford Fire&EMS in NJ has pet oxygen masks thanks to a grant from Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation.Hi Mary! Thank you very much for the pet masks!! Hopefully, we will never need them, but if we do, we will be prepared!!! Attached is a picture of Firefighter/EMT Ryan Hofmann. Thanks again!!! Chief Tom Thorn
Program Director for LFAC pet oxygen masks program Nick Delre delivered three pet oxygen masks to the Monmouth Jct fire department here in NJ. Accepting the masks is Chief Scott Smith.These masks were purchased thanks to a generous grant from Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation.
Program Director Nick Delre delivered two pet oxygen masks to the Hamilton Township, NJ Fire department. These masks were able to be donated from a generous grant from Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation. Accepting the masks is John Newbon Jr.
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Mary Stabile Co-Founder of Living for a Cause along with Volunteer Nick Delre visited Burlington County Animal Shelter to deliver water bowls and food.
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Mary Stabile Co founder of LFAC and Nick Delre, pictured, with President Brian Wesolowski and Deputy Chief Matt Orsini of the Lenola Volunteer Fire Company in Moorestown, NJ gladly accepted the four masks donated by LFAC Pet Oxygen Mask program in memory of Nick Delre’s daughter Michele who loved pets. The masks are generously donated by Tom Kane from his company Kane’s Containment Company at 24 S Hockey Dr, Columbus, NJ 08022. Invisible Fence®
Chief Ekelburg gladly accepted the four masks along with his dog Friday from Nick Delre in memory of his daughter Michele who loved pets. The masks are generously donated by Tom Kane from his company Kane’s Containment Company at 24 S Hockey Dr, Columbus, NJ 08022. Invisible Fence®