FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kings Point Amateur Radio Club expresses their gratitude for the $2000 Grant from the Interfaith Social Action Council.
2 Jan, 2024
The Kings Point Amateur Radio Club is pleased to announce the successful realization of phase one of its Distributed Emergency Power Services Modernization Project, thanks to a generous $2000 grant from the Interfaith Social Action Council.
The grant, awarded in recognition of the critical role the Kings Point Amateur Radio Club plays in emergency communication and disaster response, has significantly contributed to the enhancement of our club’s emergency power infrastructure.
With the funds received, the Kings Point Amateur Radio Club has successfully completed the first phase of its modernization project, which includes the installation of advanced power distribution systems and upgrades to existing emergency power equipment. These improvements will ensure a more robust and reliable emergency communication system during times of crisis, enabling the club to better serve the community and coordinate vital communications in challenging situations.
The Interfaith Social Action Council’s commitment to supporting organizations that play a crucial role in community safety and well-being is deeply appreciated. Their generous grant has empowered the Kings Point Amateur Radio Club to take significant strides towards modernizing our emergency power services, ultimately strengthening our ability to respond effectively to emergencies and serve the community.
“We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Interfaith Social Action Council for their unwavering support and commitment to community resilience. This grant has enabled us to make critical improvements to our emergency power infrastructure, ensuring that we can continue to provide essential communication services during emergencies,” said Joe Flack, President of the Kings Point Amateur Radio Club.
The Kings Point Amateur Radio Club looks forward to the continued collaboration with the Interfaith Social Action Council and remains dedicated to serving the community through the enhancement of emergency communication capabilities.
For further information, please contact:
Joe Flack, President,
Kings Point Amateur Radio Club
Phone: (813) 944-4913