International Fire Relief Mission to Fill Board Vacancies

The International Fire Relief Mission

The International Fire Relief Mission is seeking four fire-service experts to serve three-year terms on its board of advisors. The board members will help IFRM achieve its goal of providing donated fire and EMS equipment to firefighters in developing countries.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for those who are passionate about firefighter safety to give something back where it is most needed,” says Ron Gruening, IFRM president and CEO. “Since our inception in 2007, we have been firefighters helping firefighters. And as the need for IFRM’s humanitarian aid rapidly grows, we are looking for committed individuals to lend their expertise to help IFRM give firefighters in some of the world’s poorer cities the tools they need to be safe and effective.”

Those interested in serving should visit the International Fire Relief Mission’s homepage and click on the Featured News section, use this link http://www.ifrm2007.com/component/content/article/46-newsnews-releases/155-board-of-advisors-nominations.html, or contact Ron Gruening at rgruening@ifrm2007.com.

About the International Fire Relief Mission

IFRM is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization who’s mission is to collect donated new and used fire and EMS equipment, deliver it to fire departments in developing nations and educate members of those fire departments on the equipment’s safe and proper use. IFRM is a nonreligious, nonpolitical group dedicated to saving firefighter and civilian lives. IFRM members do not draw a salary and all of the money raised is used to fulfilling the group’s mission. IFRM was formed in 2007 by retired emergency-response professionals. 

For more information, visit its website at www.ifrm2007.com.

 

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