Fire is Everyone’s Fight
The Common Voices Advocates are working hard to raise our nation’s awareness of fire’s deadly impact. Each of the advocates has first-hand experience with the effects of fire, having lost a family member in a fire, or being a burn survivor themselves. Their stories are real and their message is one of hope for our nation.
International Code Council Vote Confirms Need for Life-Saving Technology in New Homes
MINNEAPOLIS – September 21, 2008 – Voting members of the leading building code body in the nation, the International Code Council (ICC), overwhelmingly supported […]
Common Voices Receives Fire Prevention Grant for National Media Campaign to Focus on Building Safe Homes with Fire Sprinklers
Washington DC – Common Voices received notification from the 2009 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program, Fire Prevention […]
New National Initiative Calls for Community Organizations and Residents to Join Together to Prevent Home Fires
Pam Elliott, Common Voices advocate, joined U.S. Fire Administrator Ernie Mitchell this week in Washington, D.C. for the national launch of Fire Is Everyone’s Fight™.
Each year in the United States, 82 percent of fire deaths […]