"Save Our Survivors" Campaign Seeks $250,000 to Help 9/11 First Responders

The Fire Fighter Cancer Foundation has launched the “Save Our Survivors” campaign to provide portable air purification systems to ailing 9/11 survivors. Fire departments are being asked to organize fund-raising events to help their fellow responders who are overwhelmed by their illnesses. The goal is $250,000 to purchase 500 desperately needed air-purification systems. These systems will ease the struggle and improve the quality of life for those who continue to suffer from their Ground Zero experience.

Information about the air-purification units:
• HEPA .3 micron filter removes allergens: pollen, mold, fungal spores, etc.
• Photo-Catalytic Oxidizer destroys toxic compounds, eliminates odors
• UV light 254 NM (germicidal) kills viruses and bacteria

Donations are needed by 9-11-2010, the 10th anniversary of this tragedy.

Contact the Fire Fighter Cancer Foundation at FFCancer@aol.com for more information. The Foundation educates first responders about on-the-job cancer risks and assists those who are victims of cancer.

Cindy Ell, Fire Fighter Cancer Foundation (866) 411-3323
Ray Stefanelli, Stefanelli Marketing (513) 831-2769

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