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Fire season

Fire Season is upon us! If you follow us on Facebook, you see us posting these two words a lot and if you follow us on Twitter then you see it as a hashtag: #fireseason. But what is Fire Season? … Continue reading

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Santa’s little helpers

We at Red Paw love anything RED! You all know how much we love the RED Cross! And anyone that knows me personally knows how much I love Starbucks and how excited I get about RED cup season! And then … Continue reading

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Football and fire safety

The following post is by Jen Leary, Founder of Red Paw Emergency Relief Team I love football! My sister and I grew up watching it, played touch and flag most of our lives, and even played a couple of years … Continue reading

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Partnership is the key to preparedness

The following is a repost of an earlier post by Red Paw’s Chester County Coordinator and Chester CART volunteer, Paula Carmichael in conjunction with Volunteer Management Coordinator for the Chester County Department of Emergency Services, Janet Zeis, in honor of … Continue reading

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Only one way to arrive…PREPARED

The following is a repost of an earlier post by Kat Kendon, Red Paw’s Philadelphia Coordinator, in honor of National Preparedness Month You learn quickly as an emergency responder that there’s only one way to arrive on the scene – … Continue reading

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Furs Friday

The following post is by Sue Garfinkel, member of the Red Paw Leadership Committee working on strategic planning and relationship building and leading the Furs Friday charge Five months ago, I was sitting with the newly formed Red Paw Event … Continue reading

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Anderson Cooper’s Special Report

My name is Anderson Cooper. They (the people who rescued me and my family from the fire in our home) were calling me Justin for a little while but now they call me Anderson. I think it suits me. And … Continue reading

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My love/hate relationship with emergency response

The following post is by Jen Leary, Founder of Red Paw Emergency Relief Team Emergency response is not for the faint of heart nor the weak-minded – especially when you are a volunteer. It takes a special kind of person … Continue reading

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Midnight and Louie find a furever family

The following post is by Angus McGill, Red Paw foster and adoptive parent Anti-social, mischievous, villainous, evil; all words Sarah may have used to describe cats just over a year ago. I loved cats, however, growing up we always had … Continue reading

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Are you prepared?

Hi, I am Angelique Flynn, Donor Liaison for Red Paw Emergency Relief Team. I am also a Marketing Representative for SERVPRO of Burlington/Mt Holly and a former evacuee of Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma. I have been drawing on these experiences … Continue reading

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