B.E.C.O.N. encourages support of the Jacob's Kit Initiative
We need hands-on training with reality-based scenarios. Videos and seminars are not going to give us the confidence we need to do what is right in a stressful situation. When our lives depend on it, hands-on training is irreplaceable.
As I read the story of Jacob Hall, and the senseless act that surrounded his death, I felt compelled to get involved in the Jacob's Kit initiative and present this program to West Virginia communities.
This program fits in with the National Preparedness Goal (NPG) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Stop the Bleed Campaign. Help keep his spirit alive by showing your support and advocating that getting one of these kits in every classroom across the state not only better prepares us for emergencies, but also strengthens our communities resiliency.