Henry Repeating Arms Makes $50,000 Donation To First Responders Children’s Foundation

The First Responders Children’s Foundation supports the children and families of first responders who have been killed or injured in the line of duty

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posted on December 5, 2022
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Above: Henry Repeating Arms CEO Anthony Imperato is presenting a $50,000 donation to First Responders Children’s Foundation President and CEO Jillian Crane at the organization’s headquarters in New York City.
Henry Repeating Arms

Henry Repeating Arms on Thursday, December 1, announced a donation of $50,000 to the First Responders Children's Foundation.

The First Responders Children's Foundation was created in 2001 in the aftermath of 9/11 for the 800 surviving children who lost a first responder parent on that tragic day. Since then, FRCF has grown to be a national non-profit focusing on four key program areas: scholarships for children of first responders injured or killed in the line of duty, financial assistance grants and line of duty death bereavement support, a mental health resiliency program and first responder community engagement.

The donation is part of a $1 million pledge made to celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary through a charitable branch called Guns for Great Causes. For the past 25 years, Henry’s Guns for Great Causes has helped a wide variety of beneficiaries, including individual families of sick children going through medical treatments, children’s hospitals, military veteran organizations, law enforcement and first responder groups, and wildlife and habitat conservation agencies.

“The primary focus of our Guns for Great Causes program has always been about children, which is why we are extremely proud to help support such an esteemed and worthwhile organization,” Henry Repeating Arms CEO and Founder Anthony Imperato said. “No one does a better job of meeting the real financial needs and taking care of the children and families of our fallen heroes.”

“FRCF is deeply grateful to Anthony Imperato and Henry Repeating Arms for their generous commitment to supporting first responders and their children. This donation will help to support our mental health resiliency program, which provides confidential, trauma-informed counseling at no cost to children of first responders,” FRCF President and CEO Jillian Crane said. “Henry is an iconic American family-owned business supporting the first responder community since day one. This partnership will make a real difference in the lives of first responder families.” Learn more about Henry Repeating Arms and FRCF.

Learn more about Henry Repeating Arms and FRCF.

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