We would like to thank Medford Resident Ms. Carole Gold for donating three sets of Life-saving Oxygen Masks for Animals through Project LOMA (Life-saving Oxygen Masks for Animals). These masks will greatly enhance our care giving abilities to animals in their desperate time of need. we would also like to thank Ms. Jana Mazzio who is the founder of Project LOMA. She has spearheaded this great cause to help supply Fire and EMS departments around South Jersey with the proper tools to provide better care to the animals.
Please support this campaign to equip South Jersey Fire and EMS Departments with Life-saving Oxygen Masks for Animals: https://www.facebook.com/ProjectLOMA
When it comes to fire safety, information abounds. But as a busy parent, it’s often hard to find the time to wade through the information and figure out what you need to do to keep your family safer. Here are five simple things that you can do today to help protect your family from fire.
With home fires on the rise in winter months, and a new study showing that young children are at an especially high risk of getting seriously injured or dying in residential fires, today the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the National Commission on Children and Disasters are announcing a new public awareness campaign to help keep children and families safer from the threat of home fires. (more…)
Duracell has a promotion currently running to help those who purchase Duracell battery products support their local volunteer fire departments. (more…)
The Medford Fire Division is a combination Division that is responsible for providing fire, rescue, special rescue, and prevention Services. The Division’s goal is to provide superior fire protection and rescue services that minimize loss of life, injury, and property damage due to fire or accidents. The Township is protected by two volunteer fire stations with 50 members supplemented by 5 career firefighters that respond to over 1200 fire calls a year. (more…)