If you have a sudden cardiac arrest near a Salem/Keizer 8th grader, you will have a good chance of being saved. Why? The Salem Fire Foundation (SFF) has taught over 5000 students CPR and how to use an AED.
Recently a Salem/Keizer student who received CPR training, was celebrated by Chief Niblock for saving his father’s life when his father suffered a heart attack at home. This training works.
This training is not funded by any other means and is made possible ONLY through generous donations to the SFF. Since our founding, community members have come together donating thousands of dollars to save lives.
Training each student costs approximately $10. When you become a sustainer member of the SFF, at even the $10 level, you will help provide CPR/AED training to 10 students.
Here’s what’s even better! When you join, you will receive an EXCLUSIVE invitation to the Salem Fire Foundation Members-only Private Preview Event:
Fire: Celebrating 160 years of the Salem Fire Department
Monday, Nov. 6, 2017
Willamette Heritage Center
1313 Mill Street SE, Salem
It will be an exhibit of vintage equipment, uniforms, photographs, medals, etc. from the Salem Fire Department’s collection, and items from a local resident’s private collection of never before displayed items. Salem Fire Chief, Mike Niblock will be there along with other member donors and firefighters.
To become a member or sustainer, and be invited to this exclusive member event, simply sign up online by Oct. 31, 2017. Once you join, your exclusive event ticket will be emailed to you. Signing up online is secure and your tax-deductible donation will help us reach our goals. Use the enclosed envelope or DONATE SECURELY at www.SalemFireFoundation.org.
Membership levels are flexible. They can be an annual donation of $50/person or $100/family. Or consider becoming a sustainer, knowing that your monthly donation of $1/day or $10/month plays a significant role in saving lives.
Thank you for considering joining our foundation. We hope to be able to greet you as a new member at our event November 6.
Alex Rhoten, Mike Niblock
Foundation President Salem Fire Chief