Come save a life! We will be installing free smoke alarms and providing fire safety tips in the Flowing Wells neighborhood. Red Cross provides the smoke alarms, training and breakfast! Truly Nolen is providing lunch. In a few short hours you can make a huge impact; providing families with a safer place to live.
We need your help to get this live saving program into the community. We have two days to help available:
Saturday, January 14th, 2017 and Monday, January 16th, 2017
9:00-12:30 Making People Safer
What am I going to be doing exactly?
Volunteers go in teams of three into pre-identified homes to install smoke alarms and educate families on fire safety. Each team member plays a different role: educator, documenter, and installer. Training on the program and specific roles occurs at Homer Davis Elementary before you go out to your assigned work area in the nearby neighborhood block or mobile home park pre-registered for the program.
Helpful videos to dig in a little deeper:
Howitworks (1 minute)
Installer Training (5 minutes)
Documenter Training (6 minutes)
Educator Training (4 minutes)
What should I bring to the event?
You are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes and shoes, you will be doing some walking. Sunscreen or a hat can be helpful. Some folks like to bring their own drill or screwdriver (phillips if you are so inclined).
What if I need to update my registration information?
Absolutely, please email Stacey.Moore@redcross.org or call Stacey at (520) 319-3672 with any updates or questions.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Nah, we just thought a ticket might help you remember!
What are my parking options at the event?
There is ample parking at the Homer Davis Elementary School. After training you will drive a short distance your assigned work area.