For more than 4 years, Gibby Home Fire Prevention has devoted its energy to passionately promoting home fire prevention through education, free smoke alarms, and a partnership with the American Red Cross.
SUpport our Cause
Home fires occur every 43 seconds in the US. At least 7 people every day lose their life as a result. Yet, in most cases this can be prevented.
We lost a loved one and don't want anyone else to lose theirs.
Watch our Red Cross Community Heroes video to learn more about our mission and cause.
Co-founder, president, and chief smoke alarm installer
For the latest news and events, visit us on Facebook.
Greg Gibson "Gibby" and his dog Nino died in a house fire on January 8, 2016.
Co-founder and volunteer coordinator
Co-founder and treasurer
Co-founder, social media and communications
"GIBBY, I'VE NEVER MET YOU. YOU DON'T KNOW IT, BUT YOU MAY HAVE SAVED MY LIFE. Your dad came today and installed 4 smoke alarms in my house in your honor. I'm on disability with a very limited income and couldn't have afforded them otherwise. 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"", - Smoke Alarm Recipient, Snohomish, WA
Lives With Us
Don't let you or your loved 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. Be a volunteer today!
GIBBY HOME FIRE PREVENTION
All donations are used to spread the word about home fire prevention through community events and social media, impact legislation, and purchase smoke alarms which we install for free for anyone who needs them.
See the latest news and announcements on our Facebook page.
Shop at Fred Meyer? Go to the Community Rewards
page and search for Gibby!
Shop on Amazon? Go to Amazon Smile and search for Gibby Home Fire Prevention.
Check your smoke alarms. Learn more.
Make a fire escape plan and do a fire drill. Learn more.
Be prepared. Download this checklist.
What to do before, during, and after a home fire to stay safe. Learn more.
Questions? Contact us.