Mitsubishi is teaming up with the Red Cross in order to raise money. The funds raised will be instrumental in helping the Red Cross Home Fire campaign meet its goals. Smoke alarms will be purchased for low-income and at-risk homes, to reduce the number of home fires in low socio-economic neighborhoods.
According to Mitsubishi, the Mitsubishi Red Cross Partnership in Normal, Illinois has donated a total of $30,000 in order to increase the number of fire alarms in the area. This is designed to prevent injuries and fatalities, especially for those at risk such as children, women, and lower class individuals. Fire alarms are essential for every home, but they are an emergency device that often goes overlooked.
“The American Red Cross is a great organization that works to improve the well-being of the community. We’re honored to play a part in the Red Cross Home Fire campaign and trust that the donation made today will further their efforts,” said Don Swearingen, executive vice president of Mitsubishi North America.
This is just one of the many ways Mitsubishi is dedicated to giving back to those in need.
Travelling with pets can make any road trip more enjoyable. Plus, many pets love riding in the car, as it gives them a chance to get out of the house and experience the world. However, there are important things to keep in mind when you are driving with pets.
According to the ASPCA, you should first assess whether or not your pet will be comfortable travelling in the car. While many animals enjoy the open road, some can get incredibly stressed when they’re in the car. Before a long trip, make sure to take short trips with your animal to get them used to the experience. If they are too stressed, consider leaving your animal behind at a kennel or other facility.
Always secure your animal. Although it can be fun to have them in the cab with you, it is essential that you place them in a carrier and secure them with a seatbelt or other device. In the event of an accident, animals can not only harm you, but they can also be seriously injured. Many animals also run away after an accident, making them difficult to find afterwards. Carriers are safer and smarter.
Finally, never leave your animal alone in a car. If you go in, even for a moment, take your pet. Cars can get extremely hot and extremely cold, which presents health risks for your animals. Cracking the window isn’t enough: always take your pets with you!