STAMFORD, Conn. – Patients and staff at Cassena Care of Stamford will have safety in their hearts this holiday seasons thanks to a Christmas tree donated by Stamford EMS.
The emergency response agency donated the 3-foot tree – decorated in a festive rescue theme – during Cassena Care’s third annual Festival of Trees, according to a statement from Stamford EMS.
“Stamford EMS is proud to participate in this wonderful community tradition,” said Patricia Squires, executive director of Stamford EMS. “As a nonprofit organization … we understand the value of community support. We’re thrilled to contribute to this heart-warming event.”
Squires said that her team members decorated the tree themselves, performing what she hopes will also become a tradition for the emergency responders.
Stamford EMS is a nonprofit that has been serving the city since 1992, according to the statment. Each year, its members respond to more than 14,000 calls for aid.
To learn more about Stamford EMS or to make a donation this holiday season, call 203-968-1118.
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