Rescue Squad gets a Donation from the Women’s Club
The East Brunswick Women's Club donated $1,000 to the East Brunswick Rescue Squad.
The East Brunswick Rescue Squad is the fortunate recipient of a $1,000 donation from the East Brunswick Women’s club. This donation enabled the Rescue Squad to purchase new jump kit and oxygen kit bags.
“The newer configuration bags are better organized and easier for us to carry during calls,” said John Hosie, Assistant Captain of the squad. “These kits contain most of the essential life saving equipment and supplies needed for the kinds of medical emergencies that the rescue squad responds to.”
About the East Brunswick Rescue Squad: The East Brunswick Rescue Squad is incorporated as a non‑profit, volunteer‑run organization funded by charitable contributions. Its national‑ and state‑certified EMTs provide pre‑hospital trauma and medical life support to East Brunswick. Marking its 60th anniversary this year, the squad’s 90‑plus riding members contributed 15,716 hours of volunteer time in 2011. EBRS’ coverage area includes the township’s 23.5 square miles and the New Jersey Turnpike. The East Brunswick Rescue Squad maintains a website at www.ebrs.org. Donations can be made directly at this site or mailed to 346 Cranbury Road East Brunswick, N.J. 08816, Attn: Donations
About the East Brunswick Women’s: The East Brunswick Woman's Club was founded in 1952 and Federated in 1953. The Club is a member of the New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs and the General Federation of Women's Clubs, the oldest and largest service organization of volunteer women in the world. This organization is a non-political and non-sectarian organization whose mission is to bring together the women of this and neighboring communities for mutual help in promoting such civic, educational and social activities as shall lead to service and fellowship.