100% OF DONATIONS SUPPORT FIRST RESPONDERS
BOARD MEMBERS ARE VOLUNTEERS ~ THEY DO NOT COLLECT A SALARY.
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THIS JUST IN ~ BACKING THE BLUE !
RWI IS SET TO GIVE $4,000 TOWARD NEW TOP- QUALITY VESTS TO TEN LUCKY OFFICERS AT THE DANBURY PD
High quality vests cost about $1,000.
Officers in some PD's are wearing expired vests that may NOT protect them !
FIRE & EMS BOOTS
High quality structural Fire boots cost close to $500. Many Fire fighters, EMTs and Paramedics have to buy their own boots! Please donate to support our Boot Program.
RESPONDER WELLNESS RETREAT
WAS SEPTEMBER 26TH
* CHECK BACK IN THE SPRING *
DON'T MISS OUT !
HOYT SCOUT RESERVATION ~ Simpaug Tpke, Redding CT
All day event for First Responders involving learning, leisure & laughter.
Focus: How to cope with work-related stress.
Music, food, games & prizes
JUST FOR FIRST RESPONDERS
TBA ~ LOOKING FOR AN INDOOR VENUE
FREE FIRST RESPONDER YOGA !
During the warmer months we gathered every Saturday afternoon at Kenosia Park in Danbury for 1 hour of basic yoga. Outdoor, socially distanced, stress relieving fun! No Experience Needed. Don’t have a mat, don’t worry - Limited yoga mats will be available for use!
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MASSAGE THERAPY GIFT CERTIFICATES
ATTIRE & BLING
STACY RAYMOND, PSYD
Dr. Raymond created Responder Wellness Inc in August of 2020 amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Delivering baked goodies to Police, Fire & EMS during "Muffin Motorcades" with colleague Bonnie Rumilly was fun and helpful, but just wasn't enough! . . . . So she created this charity. Dr. Raymond is a Clinical Psychologist specializing in helping First Responders overcome their trauma. Her private practice is in Ridgefield, CT.
Sgt. Welch is a United States Marine Veteran who did 2 tours during the Vietnam War. He was part of the elite 1st Recon, receiving 3 Purple Hearts & a Bronze Star with valor. Dan went on to become a police officer in Wills Point, TX. He moved to VT and eventually became Chief of the Granville Fire Department. Dan feels a strong kinship to both his military and First Responder brothers and sisters.
Dan is a 911 dispatcher for the Bethel CT Police Department. He is also a firefighter/EMT for the Stony Hill Volunteer Fire Department. Dan brings his infectious humor and big heart to our charity, always willing to support his First Responder peers. In fact, Dan was instrumental in securing the Stony Hill FD for our weekly Yoga for First Responders class (which is temporarily on hold due to the pandemic).