At a ceremony held at the Firehouse Subs at Sugarland Crossing on 28 June 2016, the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation granted the Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad extraction tools valued at $19,000 that will help save lives in our community.
Over the past four years, the Foundation has provided over $60,000 in grants to Loudoun County public service organizations.
Attending the ceremony in addition to representatives from Firehouse Subs and Sterling Rescue were Loudoun County Board of Supervisors members Suzanne Volpe and Koran Saines, representatives of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office and the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company, and members of the Rotary Club of Sterling.
We are grateful for Firehouse Subs continued support to the Sterling Volunteer Squad and the community!
Learn more at firehousesubs.com/foundation.