Titusville Fire Department is collaborating with The Children's Hunger Project of Brevard in a combined effort to teach CPR to the community while fighting childhood hunger and malnutrition. Here’s how it
Titusville Fire Department is collaborating with The Children’s Hunger Project of Brevard in a combined effort to teach CPR to the community while fighting childhood hunger and malnutrition.
Here’s how it works…
The Titusville Fire Department will host an American Heart Association Family and Friends CPR course for the public. The only cost for participants is to donate at least one nonperishable, kid-friendly food item from the list below. The food items will then be collected by the Children’s Hunger Project and disbursed to children in need.
Food items include…
• Craisins (1oz box/1.16oz pouch)
• Applesauce (6pk)
• 100% Apple juice
• 2% Chocolate Milk (8oz shelf-stable)
• Nutri Grain Breakfast Bar
• Chef Boyardee (Pull top 7.25oz): Ravioli and Chicken w/rice and veggies
Remember, kid-friendly food is lightweight and easy for kids to handle – no cooking is required.
How do I register?
Participants must be 13 years of age or older. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. There is a registration form at Titusville Fire Headquarters, 550 S. Washington Ave. Titusville, FL 32796. You must register in advance and in person. Donations are due at the time of registration. This is a first come, first serve event. There are 15 seats available, and they will fill quickly. Registration closes on September 15th.
The course will be conducted at Fire Department Headquarters: 550 S. Washington Ave. Titusville, FL 32796 (across the street from Titusville City Hall)
September 25th from 6 – 8:00pm.