New stipend program helps fire departments conduct home fire sprinkler demonstrations in their communities

By Fred Durso, Jr. Free money alert! The Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition (HFSC) has announced a new stipend program for U.S. and Canadian fire departments that funds eye-catching live burn/sprinkler demonstrations. The $1,000 stipends will pay for the materials needed for demonstration units and other costs. HFSC already gives free guidance on constructing these units and hosting these events via its Fire and Sprinkler Burn Demonstration Kit. Only fire departments that are members of HFSC’s free Built For Life Fire Department Program can apply for the stipend. (If your department isn’t one, sign up today.) More than 2,500 departments have already committed to making…

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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