Pictured (L-R) Vicki Jessick, Fire Marshall Michael Cifaloglio, Catherine Mesiano, Mayor Anthony Fanucci, Linda Rodriguez, Fire Chief Luigi Tramontana, and William Colarulo.
Grungo Colarulo, a personal injury law firm, gave the Vineland Fire Department two dozen smoke and carbon monoxide alarms through their GC Giving Back Fund. The Grungo Colarulo law firm has law offices in Vineland, Cherry Hill, Medford, and Hamilton Square NJ, as well as Philadelphia, PA.
“We know that these alarms save lives,” said Fire Chief Luigi Tramontana in a recent post on Vineland City’s Facebook page. “They will be distributed to individuals and families in need so that these vulnerable residents have the lifesaving advantage the alarms provide. If you are a senior, fire department staff will even come to your home to install them for you. Thanks to everyone at Grungo Colarulo for their generosity.
Our smoke detector program was running low, and this donation has already been allocated and will be distributed to those in need.”
“The risk of fires and carbon monoxide poisoning is real all year round but especially during the winter months,” said Mayor Anthony Fanucci. “We want to put a focus on how important it is for all residences in Vineland to have working alarms so that all members of our community can have that extra level of protection. We sincerely thank Grungo Colarulo for the donation which will help those without the resources to purchase this necessary safety equipment.”
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“Carbon monoxide is known as the ‘silent killer’ for a reason, and we have ample proof that prevention saves lives,” said William Colarulo, Partner at personal injury law firm Grungo Colarulo. “Our firm is dedicated to giving back to the community through volunteer efforts and donations to charitable groups and organizations like the Vineland Fire Department. Our ongoing efforts to aid others is reflected in our mission, ‘if we can help, we will.’ We value our efforts to engage with South Jersey and the Philadelphia area and relish in the opportunity to build new relationships with local organizations in our region.”