Fire Fighters in the News – January 4th, 2019
This week on Fire Fighters in the News…
Story credit: Statesville Record & Landmark
Group donates to organizations, provides coats to 179 kids
Through various fundraising events and from their own pockets, members of the Statesville Professional Fire Fighters Association donated $2,000 to four Iredell County organizations and 179 coats to Iredell-Statesville school children.
The organizations SPFFA supported this year are: Matthew 25, Yokefellow Ministry, PowerCross and Iredell Christian Ministries.
Story credit: WCIA
Charity gun raffle creates concerns
So far, the union has raised $8,000 for “Operation Warm” to give coats to kids in need. Hogg says, “It’s our duty to help give back to the community in multiple different ways. We just feel that part of the core value of the union is to help others.” He believes this gun raffle is a big help to generate money for that.
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