PLM gives to Philadelphia Fire Department Foundation

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Pennsylvania Lumbermen’s Mutual Insurance Co. presented a check for $44,820 and 300 smoke detectors to the Philadelphia Fire Department Foundation during the Insurance Society of Philadelphia’s annual Independence on Nov. 14.

“The Philadelphia Fire Department Foundation does tremendous work to improve fire safety for our city’s residents in need, and we are proud to support them,” John Smith, PLM’s president and chief executive officer, said in a statement.

“From our humble beginnings in this city in 1895 as the Pennsylvania Lumbermen’s Mutual Fire Insurance Company, PLM has maintained a strong commitment to fire safety and prevention, as well as risk management as a whole. Today, we work with our clients and within our communities to continue to spread the message of fire safety and more, to stop accidents before they happen through preventative measures like smoke detectors.”

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