While coming back from a call yesterday, the crew received a message on the radio that they had people waiting for them at our building. When they got to the building there was a school bus in parking lot. It was a bus full of Columbia Middle school students who came to thank the squad and its volunteers.
They brought us some goodies and support letters. Thank you so much to the Columbia students!! We love meeting new people in the community and being able to share information about what we do.
White Tiger Dojo has been hosting classes over the last several months to teach people about how to control bleeding. All of the proceeds from his classes have been donated to the BHVRS. We are so grateful for White Tiger Dojo, not only for the very generous donation, but for teaching bleeding control to as many people as possible! Thank you to Darren and the rest of his team!!
Our friend Leah dropped off another very generous donation to us yesterday! We would like to extend another huge thank you to Leah and her family. They are the best!
Our cadets want to extend a very big thank you to everyone who donated to their fundraiser for Backpacks for Life! The fundraiser was very successful and we couldn’t have done it without all of you!
Our cadets are doing a drive to gather toiletries for veterans through Backpacks for Life!! You can donate at any of the locations listed on the flyer. We will have the boxes out until mid December. For more information about the organization, please visit https://www.backpacksforlife.org/
Happy Halloween everyone!! We hope everyone has a safe and healthy day. Here are some more pictures from Trunk or Treat this weekend!
Today we remember all of the people that we lost on this day 16 years ago, and all of the heroes that fought tirelessly to save everyone they could. Never forget.
Our amazing friend Leah is at it again! Today, she held her second annual lemonade stand to raise money for the BHVRS! Thank you so much, Leah, we are lucky to have a friend like you!!
One of our crews took a trip to Rita’s and ended up doing some impromptu ambulance tours!! We love telling the community about what we do and showing them our ambulances!
The Towne Club in New Providence made a very generous donation to the squad, as well as, Summit & New Providence Rescue Squad. The Towne Club President, Ann Fahey kindly presented our chief with a check for $700 in appreciation for the service we provide our community. Thank you very much to the Towne Club!!