“Scott is committed to philanthropic efforts to support worthy causes,” says Tom Korb, Scott Health & Safety Marketing Manager. “We believe in the mission of these fine organizations and support their good work in the fire, first responder, law enforcement, and industrial safety communities and know that these contributions will be put to good use to promote their worthy efforts.”
Charitable organizations that received Scott Health & Safety contributions:
- The International Association of Chiefs of Police – $2,500 in support of its mission of professional development & leadership training for law enforcement agencies, scholarships for the families of fallen or disabled officers, and the fellowship of professional policing.
- American Industrial Hygiene Association – $10,000 in support of its General Scholarship Endowment.
- American Society of Safety Engineers Foundation – $5,000 in support of its mission to generate funding and provide resources for scholarship, applied research, academic accreditation, and related academic initiatives in order to advance the safety, health, and environmental profession.
- Charlotte Firefighters Association – $2,500 in support of providing continual fire prevention and education.
- FDNY Foundation – $10,000 in support of its mission of providing WTC educational programs and the continual monitoring of its firefighters’ health and welfare.
- Firefighters’ Museum & Survive Alive, Inc. – $5,000 in support of providing continual fire prevention and education.
- First Responder Institute – $10,000 in support of its mission of providing grants to in need fire departments on a national level.
- The Foundation for Occupational Health & Safety – $5,000 in support of its mission of research, education, and the publication of information regarding general public health.
- The Gold Shield Foundation – $5,000 in support of its mission of providing and offering aid to the families of the firefighters lost in the line of duty.
- Medlife of Houston, Inc. – $5,000 in support of its mission of enhancing the quality of pre-hospital emergency care.
- The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation – $5,000 in support of its mission of providing assistance to the families of fallen firefighters on a national level, including the Survivor’s Conference.
- The National Volunteer Fire Council – $5,000 in support of it mission of providing a united voice representing the interest of the volunteer fire/EMS organizations.
- The Piedmont NC Firefighter’s Association – $2,500 in support of its mission of providing continual fire education in the Piedmont, NC region.
- DC Firefighters Burn Foundation – $10,000 in support of its mission of providing treatment and care for severely burned first responders.
- San Francisco Fire Fighters Cancer Prevention Foundation – $5,000 in support of its mission of early detection and prevention of firefighter related cancers by providing annual screening and conducting longitudinal studies that follow firefighters throughout their careers and into retirement.