In 2014, Bunni and Rick Benaron founded The Hero In You Foundation as a way to honor first responders, but the project has morphed into a campaign that teaches kids to use their common sense and their senses to stay safe and be ready for emergencies.
Rocket Rules was featured by Fox6 News announcing our exciting partnership with Milwaukee Public Schools and our continued success with the Milwaukee Fire Department’s Survive Alive House!
What makes someone a hero? The actions of first responders during the 9/11 attacks come to mind. Their bravery prompted Rancho Mirage residents Bunni and Rick Benaron to found The Hero in You Foundation, an organization that positively impacts the lives of young children on a local and national level.
INDIO, Calif. – Some local students at Hoover Elementary School in Indio got an active crash course in emergency preparedness Friday morning. They sat through a unique assembly where they were introduced to an animated puppy named Rocket.
Southern California parents who have seen the devastation from fires to the north and the earthquakes to the south in Mexico may be thinking about how to prepare if Santa Ana winds fuel similar blazes here or if the Big One hits Los Angeles.
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Fire Department is driving home an important lesson to people of all ages this week. It’s Fire Prevention Week — and you should have a plan of action in the event of fire in your home.
Hurricanes Irma and Harvey survivors will be lucky if billions of dollars in disaster relief agreed by Congress last week last more than a month, according to the former head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA.)
On Monday’s broadcast of “CNN Newsroom,” James Lee Witt, who served as Director of FEMA under President Clinton, stated that normal rainstorms are leaving six to seven inches of rain thanks to climate change and more has to be done in terms of disaster mitigation and prevention.
The role of the president of the United States during a natural disaster such as Hurricane Harvey, now bringing record rainfall and devastating flooding to a broad swath of Texas, including Houston, is straightforward and practical.