California Fire

29 Nov

MySafe:Hawaiian Gardens Program

The Safe Community Project has developed a special initiative called the MySafe:Hawaiian Gardens Program. Hawaiian Gardens is a small incorporated community southeast of Los Angeles. The program is a pilot for other community programs in cities where emergency services are provided by outside agencies. As an example, in Hawaiian Gardens fire services are provided by the Los Angeles County Fire Department. While Hawaiian Gardens is a small community, they have concerns and problems with fire safety. In...

11 Nov

MySafe:LA Supports Older Adult Safety

MySafe:LA, the Los Angeles-based fire and life safety unit of The Safe Community Project has expanded its fire and life safety programs to include older adults. “Older adults are often forgotten when it comes to fire and life safety,” MySafe:LA Executive Officer David Barrett said. “Today, this segment of the population lives longer than ever before, but is at highly increases risk of injury or death from fire.” National statistics indicate that older adults (55 years...

18 Feb

Welcome to The Safe Community Project

Welcome! The Safe Community Project has just received its IRS Determination Letter. Effective February 11, 2010, The Safe Community Project is a registered 501 (c) (3) Public Benefit Charity California Corporation. Our mission is to create fire and life safety education programs, and to change people’s behavior relative to those threats. Our initial project has been operational for more than a year now: MySafe:LA. The MySafe:LA program will be covered in the near future. For parties interested in supporting our mission, our...

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