Home Fire Campaign

The American Red Cross and its partners have launched an initiative that aims to reduce deaths and injuries caused by home fires by 25% in five years with the Home Fire Campaign.

The Red Cross is asking every household in America to join us in taking two simple steps that can save lives: checking or installing smoke alarms and practicing fire drills at home.

We are asking you to join us in this nationwide public initiative that aims to reduce the number of fire deaths and injuries in the U.S. by 25 percent within five years.

We will be canvassing neighborhoods in need and installing smoke alarms free of charge. Contact your local Red Cross office to learn more about volunteer opportunities.

Upcoming Canvassing and Installation Events

April 22 (Tri-Cities)
(Volunteers needed – click here to participate)

April 29 (Walla Walla)
(Volunteer needed – click here to participate)

May 6 (Tri-Cities)
(Volunteers needed – click here to participate)

May 13 (Cle Elum)
(Volunteers needed – click here to participate)

June 3 (Tri-Cities)
(Volunteers needed – click here to participate)

June 10 (Cle Elum)
(Volunteers needed – click here to participate)

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7 thoughts on “Home Fire Campaign

  1. Do you volunteer to install batters in existing smoke alarms? I am writing a newsletter for our community and would like to include this information – if it is true.

    • Hi Sheryl. Yes, we can replace batteries as well. Also, because alarms have an expiration date, we often will remove an old alarm and replace with a new, 10-yr alarm with a self-contained battery (no need to replace the battery).

  2. Hi Mike. Yes, we do have a scheduled smoke alarm installation event Oct 7 at Glenwood Mobile Estates. We provide free in-home installations and education, typically on the weekends in neighborhoods. For more info, you can call the Everett office at (425) 252-4103. Thanks – Colin

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