Don't let you or your loves ones go up in smoke! We exist to save at least 1 life. We're spreading the word about how to prevent home fires and what to do in case you're in one.
Need smoke alarms or have an event, let us know! firstname.lastname@example.org
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YOU are saving lives, one smoke alarm at a time. Thank you all for your hard work and dedication to the Home Fire Campaign and to the Red Cross. -Jamie Gravelle, American Red Cross, Snohomish County
"I had the pleasure of meeting you three lovely people last week Wednesday in Shoreline. I sincerely thank you for taking time to inspect our smoke detectors (or lack thereof) and installing some. :) Because of what you shared with me last week, my daughter who lives in Spokane now has smoke detectors and a carbon monoxide detector in her house (actually installed last night)."- Erica, Shoreline, WA
"I was so touched by Mr. Gerry Gibson's time and generosity in coming to my home and installing 6 smoke alarms (a big thank you to the Red Cross as well!).I saw a father who was using his grief to motivate his determination and action. I feel much safer with my children knowing that we no longer have an outdated smoke alarm. What a blessing to receive the smoke alarms for free! You are saving lives and I truly thank you! I have spread the word! Please support this great cause."- Stephanie Hjorten
“Thank you for the reminder about getting a smoke alarm. I didn't realize we needed to put one in every bedroom and on every floor."- Smoke Alarm Recipient
"Thank you for visiting our shelter- a safe place for homeless youth."- Sophia Beltran, Cocoon House, Everett, WA
"I feel so much safer at night now."- Deborah, Sultan, WA
"I'm a renter in Seattle. Recently the battery in one of the smoke detectors in my place died. It was chirping loudly. I have 5 detectors and I ended up dismantling all of them to get the chirping to stop. Thank you for your help."- Seattle resident for whom we helped get assistance to fix the alarms.
Greg Gibson "GIbby" and his dog Nino died in a house fire on January 8, 2016, At least 7 people EVERY day lose their life in the US as a result of home fires- more than any other natural disaster. We lost a loved one and don't want anyone else to lose theirs.
Donations and volunteers help us:
"Gibby, I've never met you. But your dad came today and installed four smoke alarms in my house in your honor. I'm on disability with a very limited income and couldn't have afforded them otherwise. You don't know it, but you may have saved my life ! I won't forget you, dear Gibby. Or the kind heart of your dad either. I only wish I could have met you in this life. My sincerest condolences to your family ....my heart goes out to them ...", - Smoke Alarm Recipient, Snohomish, WA
"Thank you, Gerry. I know I keep saying things like "awesome!" and "wonderful!....but it's true. You and your family are doing amazing things with this. Thank you."
- Jamie Gravelle, Disaster Program Manager, American Red Cross
"We captured the moment Gerry Gibson and his family installed their 1000th smoke alarm on behalf of the American Red Cross! Their tireless efforts continue in memory of their son, Gibby, who lost his life in a home fire. Thank you all for your commitment.Your efforts help us Sound the Alarm and make communities more safe.".-American Red Cross NW Region
"Congrats from all of us on your 1,000th install! You are an amazing group of individuals and we are thankful to be able to work with you!"- Hannah Knowles, Red Cross lead
"These guys are awesome and the program is awesome. Amazingly fast, and free! Thank you"- Liz Van Gordon
"Thanks again for the smoke alarms. My family and I feel much safer."- Martin, Lynnwood, WA
"Thank you for coming today to make our house safer! Our shiny new smoke detectors are gorgeous!"- Ilana Balint
"Thank you for installing smoke alarms x3 today, we feel blessed while we are sorry for your loss,"- Carol Reed, Snohomish County, WA resident