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WCFR Thanks "Radio Panik" Local Rockland Radio Show

WCFR Founder & President, Jacqueline Cassagnol, RN, MSN, PMC at the Radio Panik Show on December 29th, 2013.
WCFR Founder & President, Jacqueline Cassagnol, RN, MSN, PMC at the Radio Panik Show on December 29th, 2013.

WCFR thanks "Radio Panik" for their continued support of WCFR on their show. Special thanks to Radio Hosts, Darlene Roc and Lesly Senatus. The "Radio Panik" Local Rockland Radio Show airs every Sunday on WRCR 1300 AM Rockland Radio from 7AM to 12PM. For more information on Radio Panik, Click here.


We are extremely thankful for their support in increasing awareness of WCFR's mission "to prevent deaths worldwide through education and training".


About Worldwide Community First Responder

Worldwide Community First Responder (WCFR) is a non-profit/charitable organization with a mission “to prevent deaths worldwide through education and training”. WCFR offers two main services: WCFR Health Education and WCFR Training Program. The WCFR Health Education focuses on educating community members worldwide of fatal health conditions and preventative measures. The WCFR Training Program is dedicated to providing worldwide community-based first response and first aid training. WCFR provides its services worldwide to all communities regardless of gender, age, race, religion, sexual orientation, ability, economic and social class. WCFR members are a diverse group of volunteers who provide their services free of charge. Through their efforts, WCFR members seek to empower individuals in their own communities and save lives.

For information on how you can get involved, visit us at www.wcfrworldwide.org or contact us at info@wcfrworldwide.org  

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