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New Hopkins charity to benefit first responders

by Taylor Nye

Three local residents have officially launched The Reinforcement Foundation, which will benefit and bring recognition to Hopkins County first responders.

“Our mission is to make a difference in the lives of first responders, their families, and the organizations that are dedicated to protecting and conserving life,” states President and Founder Tamara Williams.

“With the faithfulness of our volunteers and sponsors, we are committed to supporting and strengthening the force behind the men and women that make sacrifices every day while serving their communities.”

The vision is to put into action programs that will provide ongoing support to paramedics, emergency medical technicians, fire fighters, police officers, dispatchers, and administrative personnel working diligently behind the scenes to protect Hopkins County citizens; with a goal of transforming the community by inspiring people to pursue involvement and form lifelong relationships with local heroes.

The public is invited to participate on October 28, 2021, during a celebration for First Responder’s Day, in which The Reinforcement Foundation will hold their first official fundraiser at the Hopkins County Fire Station located at 1286 Texas St # B. Proceeds will go towards purchasing an ice machine that will be located at the station and for use by all first responder personnel.

For information regarding sponsorships, ways to donate, and volunteer opportunities, please visit www.ReinforcementFoundation.org

Photos provided by Tamara Martinez

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