The Howling Wolf

Just as our wolf logo symbolizes the leadership, loyalty, strength of character and sense of family that is displayed by emergency responders, The Howling Wolf serves as the voice of the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund. A wolf’s howl attracts other members of the pack, invites communication and creates a strong bond between pack members. We hope this blog will have the same impact on emergency responders, workplace safety professionals and traffic safety advocates, bringing us all together in the same pack and providing valuable information about workplace safety issues affecting first responders.

Check in frequently for updates on JPMF events and initiatives, interesting research and to add your own howl to our pack.


Volunteers and silent auction items wanted

We are currently seeking volunteers for a charity golf tournament, taking place on Thursday, Aug. 16th in Calgary.

Help is needed to sell raffle & 50/50 tickets, and keep an eye out for hole-in-one winning shots.

There are morning and afternoon shifts for this event and volunteers should be prepared for any kind of weather.

No experience is necessary, as training will take place on site. Volunteers will also receive complimentary snacks, meals and beverages.

SEEKING SILENT AUCTION PRIZES

Meanwhile, we are also on the look out for silent auction prizes. We are planning a fundraiser for September (we’ll announce more details soon!) and the event will include a silent auction.

If you think you can help out, please let us know!

Proceeds from both the golf tournament and the fundraiser will go directly to the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund, a charity dedicated to creating a safer world for first responders.

For more information on both events, please contact our Volunteer & Events Coordinator Harleigh Atkinson at harleighatkinson@gmail.com.

Comment |
|

Leave a Reply

Spam Protection by WP-SpamFree

Leave a Reply

Spam Protection by WP-SpamFree

  • What’s the Howling Wolf

    What's The Howling Wolf? Learn more
    Latest Posts
  • Archives

  • Stay Connected