Rating: 5 stars 27 reviews
Issues: Disaster Aid
Location: 1875 Century Park East, Suite 200 Los Angeles CA 90067 USA
Results: ■Computers and a printer-plotter for the Planning Division to run ADAM software. ADAM analyzes response data and enables the department to make deployment decisions in minutes, rather than the days it took before the software and hardware were available. ■Services of a grant development consultant to assist the department in identifying and writing grant requests to obtain federal funding. ■Laptop computer and accessories to support the Department’s Network Staffing System (NSS), the backbone for tracking member information and sworn payroll. ■Funded two youth programs, Pacific Coast Fire Academy and Crenshaw High School Fire Academy, to provide training and exposure to the fire services to high school students. ■Wildland hose packs for two fire companies. ■Kennels for FEMA task force urban search and rescue dogs.
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Based on my first-hand experience with the LAFDF, I can unequivocably say that not only does the Foundation serve an incredibly crucial role in the fabric of the LA community, it is also helmed by individuals who are deeply committed to the cause, and the work they do for that cause. While most of the public may not understand the Foundation's importance in meeting the needs of LA's courageous first-responders, they benefit from the Foundation's service each and every day. The LAFDF is one of Los Angeles's truly unsung heroes.
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