Keep Kids Fire Safe® Foundation is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization dedicated
to teaching fire safety knowledge and skills to children and their caregivers based on fire safety research.
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Copyright 2008 - 2017.
|Keep Kids Fire Safe® Foundation
19 Sherwood Plaza
Clarksville, Arkansas 72830
From the Executive Director's Desk
|KEEP KIDS FIRE SAFE
During 2008, founder of the Keep Kids Fire
Safe® Foundation, Dayna Hilton, set the wheels
in motion to establish a foundation to help keep
children safe from fire.
According to FEMA’s Topical Fire Report Series,
Fire Risk to Children in 2007, 52 percent of all
child fire deaths occur to those aged 4 and
younger. Hilton’s vision was to start a 501(c)(3)
non-profit charitable organization dedicated to
teaching fire safety knowledge and skills to
children and their caregivers based on current
fire safety research. The goal was to help reduce
fire-related deaths and injuries among those most
at risk, children, as well as reduce property losses
through the foundation’s programs, safety
materials, and strategic partnerships.
In September 2009, the foundation was officially
recognized as a federal 501(c)(3) non-profit
charitable organization. Today, Keep Kids Fire
Safe® Foundation continues to offer innovative,
educationally sound fire safety programming.
|The Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation is a proud member of the
|"Helping keep children and their families safe."