A FIRE SAFETY ADVOCACY COALITION
Self-Preservation is a Basic Insinct
Common Voices advocates set the stage for why a focus on the impact of fire is worth a glance. Pause and think about our instinct to survive and ask yourself why do we become complacent when it comes to fire safety? The myth “it’ll never happen to me”….sometimes, the truth burns.
Your support will help us expand our efforts to create a Fire Safe America, turning tragedy into advocacy. Thank you in advance.
Notification of Annual Meeting
Per our bylaws, please accept this notification of our Annual Meeting, which will be held Wednesday, February 7, 2024 at 8:00 a.m. EST. If you would like more information, please contact Jenna Pritchett at [email protected] – thanks to all for your support of Common Voice.
Home Fire Educational Quiz for Adults
Take the Educational Quiz for Adults and test your home fire safety knowledge.
Fire Safety Facets & Tips
Download a PDF of Fire Safety Facts & Tips, fire safety facts, fire sprinkler facts and tips for community education and outreach.
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