Angelwood receives grant from Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation to assist with fire safety


Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation awarded a grant of more than $16,000 to Angelwood, Inc. for the purchase and installation of additional fire safety equipment to help protect the lives of individuals living with developmental differences and the staff that serve them. An automatic fire sprinkler system was installed at Angelwood’s residential group home in the Beaches area this spring.  

“Firehouse Subs has been a long-time partner of Angelwood through support of our fund-raising events and by providing healthy meals for our Summer Day Camp” said Angelwood Executive Director, Diane Tuttle. “We are so grateful for this grant that helps to protect and ensure the safety of the young men living in this home.” 

Angelwood, Inc. is a Jacksonville based non-profit that, since 1993, has been serving children, adults, seniors and families living with intellectual and developmental differences such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome and Spina Bifida. Angelwood provides support to over 300 individuals and their families in residential group homes, supported employment, adult day training programs and holiday and summer day camps. For more information visit


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