Lower Providence Fire Department shared a video on Facebook Monday of the department's volunteers accepting the Ice Bucket Challenge nomination. Credits: LPFD
The Lower Providence Police Department took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Sunday, nominating Lower Providence Fire Department to do the same. Credits: LPPD
The Lower Providence Fire Department in turn nominated the staff at Streamlight, the Collegeville Fire Company, and the dispatchers at the Montgomery County Public Safety center. Credits: LPFD
August 26, 2014 at 12:37 PM
Though funds raised are now over $15 million for ALS research, the Ice Bucket Challenge is still going strong. Those in Lower Providence Township ought to know. It isn’t just the community’s residents that have doused themselves in icy water. The municipality’s staff and emergency support services have gotten in on the act, as well.
On Sunday, Aug. 24, the Lower Providence Police Department participated in the challenge.
They nominated staff of the township, the Lower Providence Fire Department and the Lower Providence EMS Medic 322-A to participate.
On Monday, Aug. 25, the Fire Department responded on Facebook with the following video:
The department’s volunteers in turn nominated Collegeville Fire Company, the staff at Streamlight in Eagleville and the Montgomery County Department of Public Safety’s dispatchers. Those parties now have 24 hours to respond.
Stay tuned into LP TAP for more on the challenge that aims to bring awareness and donations to those suffering with ALS, which currently has no cure.
To donate to the cause, visit ALS.org for more information.