Heiler Painting Collaborates with Narberth Ambulance to Create “First In” Bags Product
Philadelphia— April 20, 2023 — Heiler Painting and Narberth Ambulance announced a collaboration. Heiler Painting provided the funds to purchase ten fully stocked “first in” bags for local first responders. This is Heiler Painting’s most recent community charitable donation.
First Response Is Critical
First responders already know how important a proper first response is. Having the right equipment makes that possible. Narberth first responders previously carried tackle boxes full of supplies. However, these tackle boxes could become unwieldy, heavy, and difficult to transport into some areas.
“First in” bags are stocked with essentials that first responders need to provide emergency medical care in most scenarios. Those supplies include scopes, tape, insulin, wraps, needles, and more.
The “first in” bags have straps, which makes them easier to carry. They are also lighter than tackle boxes. Plus, they free up first responders’ hands, making it easier for them to safely handle the surrounding circumstances.
Both Heiler Painting and Narberth Ambulance have logos on the bag. However, you do not have to worry about any risk of cross-contamination. The logos are fully removable and can be sanitized between responses. This type of attention to detail is a hallmark of both Heiler Painting and Narberth Ambulance.
Commitment to the Community
This partnership is just another example of Heiler Painting’s commitment to the community. Heiler has also participated in the community through community service, such as building soup kitchens, raising money for the homeless, and donating to animal rescues. This is the first time Heiler Painting has donated to an emergency service provider.
Heiler Painting is a home improvement company. They focus on painting, refinishing, and resurfacing household surfaces. They offer free color consultations, as well.
Narberth Ambulance is a 501(c)(3) organization that provides pre-hospital transportation to patients in need. They service 150,000 citizens in the Haverford, Lower Merion Township, West Conshohocken, Conshohocken, and Narberth area. They rely on community donations to provide these essential services.