Fire Sprinkler Advocates

Advocating to Save Lives and Reduce Burn Injuries

Phoenix Society in collaboration with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) announced the latest in the new Faces of Fire video series, featuring personal stories of those who's lives have been affected by home fires. Faces of Fire is an advocacy tool to promote the required installation of fire sprinklers in new one- and two-family homes and is part of NFPA's Fire Sprinkler Initiative.

Through video interviews, photographs and written profiles available online, Faces of Fire is a resource for local advocates and fire personnel to put survivor's stories front and center during the consideration of fire sprinkler mandates.

Funding for the Faces of Fire project provided through DHS/FEMA’s Grant Program Directorate for Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program - Fire Prevention and Safety Grants

Faces of Fire - Phil Tammaro, Billerica Fire Department

Faces of Fire - Lionel and Joanna Crowther

Faces of Fire - Paul Machado, Fall River Fire Department

Learn more about the Faces of Fire campaign and how you can use these resources to promote fire sprinklers.

Interested in Becoming a Phoenix Advocate?

Phoenix Society provides online advocacy training featuring the expertise of Brad Phillips from Phillips Media Relations. Phoenix Advocacy training is also available as a session each year at Phoenix World Burn Congress.