Grant Recipients

Each month we donate to a new department. Here is the list of where we have donated to in the past.


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September 2020 - Pines Fire Department

Pines, Indiana

August 2020 - Coal Run Village Fire Dept

Pikeville, Kentucky

July 2020 - Smith Township Vol Fire Company

Belmont, Ohio

June 2020 - Fair Grove Fire District

Fair Grove, Missouri

May 2020 - Elberta Vol Fire Dept

Elberta, Alabama

April 2020 - Keener Township Vol Fire Dept

Demotte, Indiana

March 2020 - Frazee Fire Dept

Frazee, Minnesota

February 2020 - Duncan Fire Dept

Duncan, South Carolina

January 2020 - Hellam Fire Company

Hellam, Pennsylvania

Georgetown, South Carolina

November 2019 - Inez Volunteer Fire Dept

Inez, Kentucky

October 2019 - Flint Ridge Volunteer Fire Dept

Kansas, Oklahoma

September 2019 - Moundsville City Fire Dept

Moundsville, West Virginia

August 2019 - Henniker Fire & Rescue

Henniker, New Hampshire

July 2019 - Consolidated Rural 5 Volunteer Fire Dept

Pomaria, SC

June 2019 - Rives Volunteer Fire Dept

Rives, Tennessee

May 2019 - Hartsville Fire Dept

Hartsville, South Carolina

April 2019 - Wayne Township Fire Dept

Dundee, Ohio

March 2019 - Johnsonville Fire Dept

Johnsonville, South Carolina

February 2019 - Wassaic Fire Company

Wassaic, New York

January 2019 - Deep Branch Volunteer Fire Dept

Lumberton, North Carolina

December 2018 - Haslet Fire Dept

Haslet, Texas

November 2018 - Port Orange Fire Dept

Port Orange, Florida

October 2018 - Bethel Township Fire Dept

Miami County, Ohio

September 2018 - Beaver Dam Fire Dept

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

August 2018 - Midway Fire Rescue

Pawleys Island, South Carolina

July 2018 - Shallowater Fire Dept

Shallowater, Texas

Goose Creek, South Carolina

May 2018 - Orange Fire Dept

Orange, Connecticut

North Haven, Connecticut

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The Carney Strong Initiative assists fire departments throughout the country with occupational cancer prevention through education and the donation of decontamination supplies. Our focus is on smaller fire departments in suburban and rural locales comprised of volunteer, combination, and career staffing. Our purpose is to help combat occupational cancer to ensure that firefighters go home to their family, so they don't suffer at the hands of this dreadful disease.

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