Keep Kids Fire Safe would like to welcome Lori Moon as its newest Board of Director! Lori brings a wealth of talent to the organization and we thank her for joining us!
Below is the press release:
CLARKSVILLE, AR – Keep Kids Fire Safe, Inc., a non-profit organization which helps reduce fire-related injuries and deaths among children, announces the newest addition to its Board of Directors, Lori Moon.
Moon is Program Manager of the Washington DC-based Fire Corps program. She is experienced in preparing and implementing grant tasking, finance implementation and spending, as well as leading a state and regional volunteer advocate network. Having skills at developing program tools and resources, preparing marketing and communication materials, and public speaking, Moon is a true asset to the foundation.
“It's such an honor to be part of the Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation board,” said Moon. “The foundation has an incredible mission and goals to spread the message of prevention through education. I'm excited for the opportunity to contribute, and feel very privileged to work with such dedicated individuals and partners to achieve an invaluable vision of helping keep children fire safe.”
“Lori is highly energetic and a strong leader,” said Glenn Trembley, Chairman of the Board. “We look forward to benefiting from her experience in the fire service industry.”
Located in Clarksville, Arkansas, Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation serves thousands of youth and adults each year across the United States. Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation offers unique educational programs, including Sparkles’ Safety Spot, a fire safety program streamed live on the web.
Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization dedicated to teaching fire safety knowledge and skills to children and their caregivers based on current fire safety research. Through their programs, safety materials, and strategic partnerships, the Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation aims to help reduce fire-related deaths, injuries, and property losses.