Fire Family Foundation Offers Assistance to Fire Victims

LOS ANGELES--()--Fire Family Foundation is offering assistance to those affected by the Colby fire, which started in the early morning of January 16, 2014 in the Glendora area of Southern California.

Mike Mastro, Fire Family Foundation Chair, comments, “No words can describe the loss felt by those affected by this fire. The fire is affecting both victims and firefighters. Those in harm’s way and those who serve to fight the fire are impacted. Fire Family Foundation is offering help to anyone in need, as a result of this damage and ruin.”

Assistance to fire victims and firefighters is available by contacting the Foundation at its toll free number of (888) 5-FFF-GIVE.

The Foundation strives to provide direct support to victims, so donors can be assured that donations to the Foundation will be directed to victims of tragic incidents and to the families of the fallen firefighters. To learn more and to make a donation, visit www.firefamilyfoundation.org.

Fire Family Foundation, a non-profit organization, answers the call for both firefighters and fire victims, offering resources and assistance to those whose lives have been devastated by fire. The Fire Family Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization, was founded by the Los Angeles Firemen's Credit Union. The Los Angeles Firemen's Credit Union was formed in 1935 and serves full-time, paid professional firefighters and their families throughout the state of California. Formed in 2008 the Foundation delivers legendary compassion with a focus on services benefiting those whose lives have been affected by tragedy.

Contacts

Fire Family Foundation
Robin McCarthy
323-550-2208

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Fire Family Foundation
Robin McCarthy
323-550-2208