Company attends Justin's Foundation For Kindness event
 
By Wagontown Fire Prevention Division
July 7, 2018
 

On Satruday morning the crews assembled at the fire station to prepare for a very important event today, they were attending the Justin's Foundation Kindness event. Crews cleaned and prepared the apparatus and ensured everything was in order prior to arriving.

The foundation was created after Justin Hayes tragically lost his life on May 22nd, 2016. Justin lived life daily touching people in quiet unspoken ways through his acts of kindness. One of our family's favorite quotes from Justin is "All that matters is how we've loved." This sentiment is at the heart of what we want to do with this foundation to honor his life, spirit and memory.

The mission of our foundation is to continue the impact on this earth that our beloved Justin started during his short life of 29 years.

The fire police assisted with the parking and then when the ride was complete and back at the West Brandywine Township Building.

Then at 11 am the Engine joined them at the West Brandywine Township Building in providing a ride for the Paw Patrol to make a grand entry, once the Paw Patrol was delivered, the crews of the Tac and Engine then mingled with the crowd and handed out some fire prevention material and enjoyed the event.

Wagontown would like to thank the Justin's Foundation for allowing us to be part of this great cause.

 
Units: Engine 35, TAC 35, Traffic 35 and Ambulance 144
 
Mutual Aid: West Brandywine Twp.
 
Senator Dinniman was on hand for the event.
Senator Dinniman was on hand for the event.
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Paw Patrol arrives on Engine 35
Paw Patrol arrives on Engine 35
 
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