Stayin' Alive Charity

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OUR MISSION

Stayin’ Alive, Inc. is a 501 (c)3 charity that supports the First Responders of Northern Westchester, New York. We combine funds raised through an annual 5K Fun Run, grants, and donations from individuals to provide equipment to our emergency responders that is not covered in their annual budget. Your generous support helps these men and women provide the best service possible to our community while keeping them safe in potentially dangerous situations. We look forward to seeing you at our Fun Run and invite you to give a gift.

Grants Awarded

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Miles Run

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Stayin’ Alive 5K & Fun Run

May 19th, 2018

5K begins at 8am with the Fun Run immediately after.

2017 5K Map

5K begins at 8am with the Fun Run immediately after.

2017 5K Map

Event Sponsors

With Additional Support From

Access Physical Therapy & Wellness Armonk Martial ArtsCampgroupCaptiv8 Douglas EllimanEquinoxFriendly Auto GroupHarry ShowHickory & TweedL3 FitnessMt. Kisco SportsPools of PerfectionSwan GraphicsTaylored Menus
Windmill Club Zagwear

Sponsor Our Race


1. Sponsorship

We are seeking sponsors to offset expenses associated with hosting this event. Please see attached sponsorship-tiers for details.

3. Prize Donations

We would like to award our top racers in each age group. Gift certificates are appreciated. In kind donations are tax-deductible to the amount allowed by law.

2. Food/Equipment Donations

We plan to supply our racers with light food and beverages at the finish line so that they can refuel. In kind donations are tax-deductible to the amount allowed by law.

4. Monetary Donations

Tax-deductible donations are also welcomed. Checks can be made out to Stayin’ Alive, Inc. and mailed to the address below.

1. Sponsorship

We are seeking sponsors to offset expenses associated with hosting this event. Please see attached sponsorship-tiers for details.

2. Food/Equipment Donations

We plan to supply our racers with light food and beverages at the finish line so that they can refuel. In kind donations are tax-deductible to the amount allowed by law.

3. Prize Donations

We would like to award our top racers in each age group. Gift certificates are appreciated. In kind donations are tax-deductible to the amount allowed by law.

4. Monetary Donations

Tax-deductible donations are also welcomed. Checks can be made out to Stayin’ Alive, Inc. and mailed to the address below.

Thank you for your Support! Christy Saltstein and Michele Berliner Co-founders of Stayin’ Alive, Inc. stayinalivecharity@gmail.com

Stayin’ Alive, PO Box 104, Armonk, NY 10504-0104

Grants & Awards

Apply for a Grant

Deadline July 18th, 2018

The purpose of the Stayin’ Alive grant program is to improve and enhance the services provided by and for local volunteer fire departments, EMS and EMT’s.

Grants are available to volunteer fire departments, EMS, EMT’s and support services to these entities located within Northern Westchester, NY.

Congratulations to the 2017 Grant Award Winners. We awarded almost $30,000 in grants and equipment gifts. Thank you for all you do to keep our communities safe!

Armonk Independent Fire CompanyBlowhard Ventilation Fan. Expels smoke and other toxic gases from homes and businesses.

Banksville Independent Fire CompanyMARSARS Ice Rescue Safety Sled and 300 ft of Rescue Tether Rope – Quick deployment during ice rescues and provide safety for rescuer and victim.

Bedford Hills Fire DistrictBullard Thermal Imaging Camera. Allows Firefighters to view heat in a given area. This includes locating a fire or victims within a building or outside a building, locating victims at a motor vehicle accident or during a large area search effort.

Chappaqua Volunteer Ambulance Corps – To help purchase a Lucas Automated CPR Device. Helps improve outcomes of sudden cardiac arrest victims and improve operations for medical responders.

Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps Manikin “Family” and Training. Provides up to date first aid and CPR training materials and manikins.

Independent Fire Co of Mount Kisco, Inc. (2) Automated External Debrillators. To treat sudden cardiac arrests.

North White Plains Fire Department 17 SCBA Face Pieces – Provide respiratory safety for interior fires.

Pleasantville Volunteer Fire DepartmentWilliams Turnout Gear Dryer. This equipment ensures that protective gear is properly dried to prevent contamination with carcinogens and other types of toxins. Many Firefighters have been diagnosed with forms of cancer that are directly related to wearing contaminated turnout gear.

Thornwood Fire Department 6 Personal Firefighting Helmet Flashlight station kits – each kit includes a 6 flashlights, chargers and helmet clips (36 in total)

Armonk Independent Fire Company – 4 Thermal Imaging Cameras. Thermal Imaging Camera allow Firefighters to view heat in a given area. This includes locating a fire or victims within a building or outside a building, locating victims at a motor vehicle accident or during a large area search effort.

Banksville Independent Fire Company– A Thermal Imaging Camera, Multi-Gas Detector (detects carbon monoxide, flammable gases, oxygen and hydrogen sulfide) and Hydrogen Cyanide Meter.

Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps – To help fund the purchase of 5 Physio Control LIFEPAK 12 to assist in the Emergency Care of cardiac patients

Independent Fire Co of Mount Kisco, Inc. – 11 High Temperature Face Masks

North White Plains Fire Department – 2 GMI Multi Gas Meters, 1 GMI Calibration station with calibration gas, 6 Industrial Scientific Personal CO meters to help with the investigation and mitigation of gas odors, leaks and other types of odor investigations.

South Salem Volunteer Fire Department, Inc – 3 Air Cylinders to be used with existing Self- Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)

Thornwood Fire Department – 2 Thermal Imaging Cameras; Thermal Imaging Cameras allow Firefighters to view heat in a given area. This includes locating a fire or victims within a building or outside a building, locating victims at a motor vehicle accident or during a large area search effort.

North White Plains Fire Department – Chief Andrew Seicol; $5,000 to help fund the purchase of a Bullard Thermal Imaging Camera. Please see explanation following Banksville Independent Fire Company.

Thornwood Fire District. – $5,000 to help fund the purchase of a Commercial Turnout Gear Dryer. This equipment ensures that protective gear is properly dried to prevent contamination with carcinogens and other types of toxins. Many Firefighters have been diagnosed with forms of cancer that are directly related to wearing contaminated turnout gear.

Town of North Castle Police Department – Chief Pete Simonsen and Sergeant Timothy See; $16,500 gift of Modern High-Pressure Hydraulic Rescue Tools (aka “Jaws of Life”). These tools will allow for quicker and safer extrication operations. In addition, this equipment will revitalize and re-equip the Emergency Service Unit in the Town of North Castle.

Armonk Independent Fire Company – Chief Carlos Cano; $5,000 to help fund the purchase of a Lucas 2 CPR Chest Compression System. A Lucas 2 System helps improve outcomes of sudden cardiac arrest victims and improve operations for medical responders.

Banksville Independent Fire Company– Chief Walter Watson; $5,000 to help fund the purchase of a Bullard Thermal Imaging Camera. A thermal imaging camera allows Firefighters to view heat in a given area. This includes locating a fire or victims within a building or outside a building, locating victims at a motor vehicle accident or during a large area search effort.

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Email: stayinalivecharity@gmail.com

Address: Stayin’ Alive, PO Box 104, Armonk, NY 10504-0104

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Email: stayinalivecharity@gmail.com

Address: Stayin’ Alive, PO Box 104, Armonk, NY 10504-0104

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