|Posted on February 14, 2017 at 10:00 AM|
Tri-Community would like to wish everyone a Happy Valentines Day!
Speaking of all things "love"....if you are looking for a way to give back and LOVE doing it, check out our website to learn about how you can help your community in their time of need!
|Posted on February 6, 2017 at 3:00 PM|
Help Tri-Community recruit!
Tri-Community has recently partnered with Volunteer Match online to help promote our organization. Please go to our social media page to help share our ad and get the word out! The best advertisements remain word of mouth!
|Posted on February 4, 2017 at 4:25 AM|
A lot of people make new years resolutions and quickly abandon them. Tri-Community urges people to make giving back a priority in 2017!
Tri-Community is always looking for new recruits to join our proud ranks. Did you know Tri-Community is a 100% volunteer organization and 501(c)(3) charitable organization? If you are looking to donate, and ensure your dollar stays local; why not consider donating to Tri-Community!
Tri-Community receives zero taxpayer dollars from any of the towns or jurisdictions we serve. While we charge a nominal fee to ensure we have proper equipment and vehicles at the ready for the next emergency, we are always looking to raise more money to reinvest into you, our neighbors!
The cost of everything is going up. Fuel, insurance premiums, electrical and heat costs, EMS equipment and vehicle costs and medication costs. Unfortunately, we do not see price adjustments that lower our cost of operating; we normally and routinely see an increase in the cost of operations year after year. To help with project costs, Tri-Community holds fundraisers each year to help increase these accounts and make our projects a reality. Recent advancements have included our cardiac monitors, new ambulance (unit 330) and patient cot/gurneys; just to name a few.
Consider giving today!
|Posted on February 1, 2017 at 8:30 AM|
Tri-Community would like to thank our members for a very busy and very successful first month of 2017! It is fair to say we just concluded the busiest month in company history!
While our incident numbers are still being tallied, it is safe to say we are well above this time last year! Once the data crunchers are done, we will share our results on our company website!
Even more impressive is the TOTAL VOLUNTEER HOURS and VOLUNTEER HOUR GROWTH we saw this past month! We ended the month with 3,020.50 VOLUNTEER HOURS served; which is an increase of 58.83% over this time last year. Thanks to our volunteers, we are able to manage the growth in calls received!
According to the NVFC, "the number of volunteer firefighters in the United States has declined by about 12% since 1984". Tri-Community is truly blessed and appreciative of our volunteers who continue to serve at impressive levels each year!
|Posted on January 25, 2017 at 3:50 PM|
Happy Humpday Facebook followers!
Tri-Community is proud to report we handled run #114 earlier today. If we keep up this rate, we will end the year with 1,664 calls (214 above 2016).
Why are statistics so vital to an organization? It helps monitor performance and key indicators of your organization. Tri-Community likes to monitor these statistics routinely and make adjustments where needed to ensure our residents are covered in their time of need.
How can you help Tri-Community now and in the future? Become a TCAS recruitment advocate and help us spread the word far and wide every chance you get! We are always in the market for new recruits and appreciate the word of mouth and social media shares!
Thank you in advance for your support of our company!
|Posted on January 19, 2017 at 10:00 PM|
Tri-Community Ambulance Service, Inc. would like to congratulate all of those that have enrolled in the spring EMS program and the various colleges and universities! Tonight at Niagara University, it was a full house!
For our responding agencies:
Pekin - 2 personnel enrolled
Bergholz - 3 personnel enrolled
St. Johnsburg - 8 personnel enrolled
Tri-Community - 4 personnel enrolled
Congratulations on committing your time and effort into helping your fellow residents! We look forward to working with all of you!
|Posted on January 4, 2017 at 10:35 AM|
Facebook press release dated 01/04/2017:
We have crunched our final numbers for 2016!
Tri-Community Ambulance Service ran a total of 1,450 calls in 2016 (an increase of 2.76% over the prior year).
We would also like to congratulate our members for truly stepping up to the plate and ensuring proper coverage for our residents by pulling a record-breaking 28,182 VOLUNTEER hours of scheduled duty time! 2016 saw an increase of 39.86% over 2015 in terms of scheduled duty hours.
So far in 2017, our members are on pace to eclipse 2016 duty hours by a whopping 48.11% if they keep up this impressive rate of scheduling!
Tri-Community Ambulance remains PROUD, HONORED and truly THANKFUL for our VOLUNTEER responders who give so much of their time to others. Tri-Community also remains thankful for our partners in response from Bergholz Fire Company, Sanborn Fire Company, Pekin Fire Company and St. Johnsburg Fire Company!
|Posted on January 1, 2017 at 4:25 AM|
Tri-Community Ambulance is hosting a meat raffle fundraiser on Sunday April 9th! Doors open at 1pm! This event will be held at the AMERICAN LEGION (Post 1451, Wheatfield NY).
Donation of $5.00 per person.
Door prize: Smokin' Champ Charcoal Grill & Smoker (must be present to win)
Click here for more event information!
|Posted on October 12, 2016 at 9:25 AM|
A sincere thank you to everyone that came out this past weekend to support our annual fundraiser! A sincere thank you to all of the businesses that donated and individuals that donated. Last, but not least, a sincere thank you to the Sanborn Fire Company for the use of their hall!
Tri-Community Members and Officers
|Posted on October 2, 2016 at 4:40 PM|
In one week Tri-Community Ambulance will be hosting our annual basket auction fundraiser!
Location: Sanborn Fire Company
Doors open at NOON
Drawing starts at 5pm (need not be present to win)
50/50 split ~ Large Ticket Items ~ Food available for purchase ~ Over 200 prizes to be won!
Food for purchase menu:
|Posted on September 30, 2016 at 3:35 AM|
Tri-Community Ambulance Service will be hosting our annual basket auction Sunday October 9th at the Sanborn Fire Company! Many great prizes to be won!
Admission is $5.00 at the door, which will get you 25 tickets and a free dessert!
Extra Auction Tickets are available for purchase
- 50/50 split
- Large ticket items
- Food available for purchase
- Over 200 Baskets/Gift Cards to be won!
- Drawing is at 5pm (do NOT need to be present to win)