Honeywell’s Metropolis Works donated more than $2,500 worth of Morning Pride brand fire equipment from Honeywell First Responder Products to the Massac County Volunteer Fire Department.
The donated equipment included two full sets of turnout gear and boots.
The donation was made as part of Honeywell’s Hometown Solutions program, the company’s corporate citizenship initiative. Todd Howard, Metropolis Works fire protection specialist, presented the donation to Massac County Fire Chief Mike Childers and Training Officer Clay Childers at the Massac County fire station.
In 2013, Honeywell will donate more than $30,000 worth of life safety equipment to fire departments across the U.S. and Canada as part of the Honeywell Hometown Solutions initiative. Since 2011, Honeywell has donated $10,500 in equipment to local Massac County first responders.
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