Operation Helping Houston's Issues

Operation Helping Houston's Heroes

New Berlin, WI: We are honored to be able to help support the men and women of Operation Helping Houston’s Heroes. This initiative was set-up by Brian Dorow (Dean of Criminal Justice at WCTC and Retired Waukesha Police Department Supervisor), Chief David Johnsen of the Sussex Fire Department, Waukesha County Fire Department Chiefs and local citizens of Southeast WI.

Our brothers and sisters of the Houston Fire Department, along with their fellow first responders in Texas have put the mission first. The majority of them have been working 48-24 hour shifts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey and have come home to find their own residences heavily flooded and damaged. Through donations made from corporations and private parties, Operation Helping Houston’s Heroes will be able to deploy a team of approximately 25 individuals to Texas on Friday, September 8th. They will be providing much-needed supplies and assistance to help first responders clean and rebuild their homes. 
We wish them safe travels, as they set out on their week-long trip. If you are interested in supporting Operation Helping Houston’s Heroes, you can do so by contacting the organization La Casa de Esperanza in Waukesha, WI at (262) 547-0887, as they are collecting donations.
 
 

About Us: Paul Conway Shields is a family owned business with proven performance since 1985. Firefighting heritage runs deep within this organization, spanning three generations, with founder Paul J. Conway (retired Chief of Operations - Milwaukee, WI Fire Dept.) as President. Acknowledging the growing need to provide equipment, gear, and services that other first responders and the community can rely on, the company has expanded beyond the Fire industry to also include Law, Safety and Custom Shop divisions.

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