TO OUR COMMUNITY:
This is a difficult time for all of us as we come to terms with our new reality. Many of you have reached out to see how you can help. We are touched by your generosity and selflessness, and offer a few options to consider.
In the absence of in-person gatherings, please stay connected with your neighbors electronically or from a safe distance away outside, and remind them they can call 9-1-1 if they have a medical emergency. You can rest assured that we are taking every possible precaution to protect our patients, their families, and our EMTs.
If you are an emergency medical technician (EMT) who is interested in volunteering, please contact Frank Setnicky directly at Chief@pfars.org or at 609-924-3338 x1.
And for those who’ve asked how you can support our squad, an online contribution would be greatly appreciated to help defray added expenses such as personal protection equipment, disinfecting supplies, and personnel costs for supplemental EMTs.
Thanks to your support and the dedication of our members, the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad is well positioned to address the crisis in which we find ourselves.
May you and your families be well.