Avon-by-the-Sea First Aid & Safety Squad
P.O. Box 3
Avon-by-the-Sea, NJ 07717
Office- 732-502-4519
The 2016 elected Squad officers are:
John Kennedy, President
Ken Child, Vice President
Cody Child, Secretary
Kelly Ryan , Treasurer
Bart Barry , Captain
Walter Reibrich, 1st Lieutenant
Jim Outwater, 2nd Lieutenant

John Chunga, Sergeant

  2017 Events:

22nd Annual Avon 5K Run/Walk:
2017 date and time TBA
Click here for the 2017 Run/Walk application

Fund Drive mailing
Extact Date: TBD

Annual Norwood Inn Benefit
Extact Date and Time: TBD

The Avon-by-the-Sea First Aid & Safety Squad is a private, non-profit organization that provides emergency medical and rescue services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for the Borough of Avon and neighboring communities when needed.

The Squad has provided these services since 1931. Historically, members have responded to the Hindenburg crash, the Morro Castle fire, and the collapse of the World Trade Center. It currently answers an average of 400 calls for emergency services per year. The Squad also responds to calls for assistance with Avon’s Fire Department. Our members will stand by at the scene of a fire in case our emergency services are needed by residents or firefighters themselves.
The Squad is staffed entirely by volunteer EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians). All EMT training is provided at no cost to the volunteers. Volunteers are always needed and welcome. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age to begin training as an EMT. If you would like to visit the Squad building and find out more about the Squad, you can call 732-502-4519.
We do not charge for any service we provide. The Squad relies upon your generous donations to fund our emergency vehicles purchase and maintenance, building utilities, first aid supplies, equipment, and training. Our major fund raisers are the annual “Avon 5K Run/Walk” and the Fund Drive mailing in July, Click here for the Run/Walk application.
Your cooperation is appreciated in taking the following steps to help us assist you in an emergency:
1. Display house numbers in a well lit & visible location,
2. Keep a list of current medications, medical problems &
physician’s name handy.
3. Write down phone numbers, “in case of emergency”
& post them by your phone.
We thank you for your continued support.
Interested in joining the Sqaud? Click here for the application.
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