For Immediate Release Contact Gail Minger, President Michael H. Minger Foundation 850-621-5161 Michael H. Minger Foundation awarded DHS grant to conduct Campus Fire Safety Community Service projects in five states Goal of grant is to increase fire safety awareness in students while giving back to the community Niceville, FL (June 3, 2013) – The Michael […]
Contact: Ed Comeau 413-323-6002 (tel) 413-896-5718 (cell) Series of free posters, videos and online guide are designed to help RAs in delivering fire safety education Niceville, FL, February 2, 2012 – An innovative set of integrated, multimedia tools are available for Resident Assistants to use in reaching out to the students in their residence halls. […]
Emporia fire officials and others to meet to plan Campus Fire Safety Community Service Project following tragic fatal fire
Contact: Ed Comeau, Campus Firewatch 413-896-5718 (cell and text) @campusfirewatch National organizations are working together to develop a local program involving students in fire safety outreach after the fire that claimed the lives of two international students at Emporia State University NICEVILLE, Fla. November 18, 2011 – Two international students attending Emporia State University from […]
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September 22, 2011
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Thirteen years to the day after Michael Minger was laid to rest after being killed in an arson fire at Murray State University, a grand jury has returned 17 indictments against Jerry Walker, now 35, who has turned himself into the Kentucky State Police on Thursday.
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Contact: Ed Comeau
Online guide, videos and research will aid schools and communities across the nation
NICEVILLE, Florida, September 19, 2011 – The Michael H. Minger Foundation (www.mingerfoundation.org) has published a series of online videos, a Guide to Teaching Fire Safety to Students with Disabilities and compiled extensive online research to help address the safety of students with hearing, vision or mobility disabilities or learning disorders. This project is in response to the findings of an analysis done by the Foundation that identified a gap on campuses in delivering fire safety information to this demographic.
Contact: Mark Welker, firstname.lastname@example.org, 859-622-2821 Gov. Steve Beshear, Eastern Kentucky University President Doug Whitlock and Minger Foundation founder Gail Minger are expected to launch the first phase of an innovative national community service project in Richmond on Monday, Sept. 26, to educate college students on fire safety through hands-on experience in their communities. The project, […]
09.09.2010 – For Immediate Release: September 9, 2010 Chapel Hill, NC – Governor Bev Perdue helped launched the first phase of national community service project in Chapel Hill Thursday to educate college students on fire safety through hands-on experience in their communities. The project, called “Help Save a Life, Get on the Truck,” aims to […]
Minger Foundation Awarded DHS Grants Focused On Campus Fire Safety Niceville, FL, June 29, 2010 – The Michael H. Minger Foundation (www.mingerfoundation.org) today announced it has been awarded a $175,956 grant by the Department of Homeland Security Fire Prevention and Safety Grant Program for two campus fire safety programs focused on getting valuable and potentially […]