Thanking Pinellas 911 Responders With Cookies

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Thanking Pinellas 911 Responders With Cookies

September 10
19:10 2021
Thanking Pinellas 911 Responders With Cookies
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This women has built an army of volunteers that hand delivers home made treats to every fire station in her county – all 71 of them!

With somber memories attached to the anniversary of 9/11 its nice to hear of one good Samaritan efforts to show appreciation of the fire fighters in her community.

Her name? Jamie Mayo

This years anniversary will mark Jaimie’s 19th year of bringing cards and cookies to first responders on 9/11.

The first time she did this 19 years ago she  baked a few dozen cookies with her children to bring to the nearby fire  houses. But how it has grown!

Today, she has over one hundred willing volunteers to help drop off  home made treats  to 71 fire stations and 8 police stations in Pinellas. Volunteers are made up of local teachers and church members.

Together they take the time to show appreciation and honor to the unsung heroes in their community.

Fire fighters statistics in the USA

  • NFPA estimates there were an estimated 1,115,000 career and volunteer firefighters in the United States in 2018. Of the total number of firefighters 370,000 (33%) were career firefighters and 745,000 (67%) were volunteer firefighters.
  • In 2018, 93,700 (8%) of the firefighters were female. Of the career firefighters, 15,200 (4%) were female firefighters. There were 78,500 volunteer firefighters who were female, which was 11% of the total number of volunteer firefighters.
  • Fifty percent of firefighters are between 30 and 49 years old.
  • There were 29,705 fire departments in the United States in 2018. Of these, 18% were all career or mostly career departments and protected 68% of the US population.
  • Nationwide 38% of fire departments provided no emergency medical services, 45% provided basic life support (BLS), and 17% provided advanced life support (ALS).
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Volunteer Fire fighters and EMTs especially deserve appreciation

This is especially true of small fire stations in local communities all over the United States of America. They depend on members of the community to volunteer to fill these much needed roles. A small act of kindness and appreciation goes along way to these unsung heroes.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if this caught on in every community across the nation?

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