AFPS donates to Children in Crisis

Special to The Log
At check presentation is (from left) Ken Hair, Children In Crisis president and CEO, and Jackie Kirly and Michael Sudheimer representing Advanced Fire Protection Services. [CONTRIBUTED PHOTO]

Advance Fire Protection Services recently presented Children in Crisis a check for $1,500 to help provide a home and care to the abused, neglected, and abandoned children of the local community.

“We opened the Children’s Neighborhood in February 2008 and since then, we’ve provided a home to about 880 kids and have kept all of our brother and sister sibling group families together,” said Ken Hair, CIC president/CEO. “We continue to have a critical need for funds to help sustain operations and care for the at-risk children of our community. We can’t thank the employees of Advance Fire Protection Services enough for their wonderful support.”