Firehouse Subs in Maricopa, Pinal and Pima counties will soon host a community commitment night in partnership with Banner Health to “Stop the Bleed.”
From 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, May 23, 15% of sales from all participating restaurants will be donated to Banner Health’s Stop the Bleed program to purchase trauma kits, which are placed in schools and other locations throughout the community.
Several of Firehouse Subs’ Glendale locations — 13637 N. 59th Avenue and 20165 N. 67th Avenue — are participating.
Guests should tell their cashier they’re “here to Stop the Bleed,” or show the event flyer on their phone to participate.
Additionally, a Banner Health representative will be at each Firehouse Subs restaurant during the Community Commitment Night to answer questions about how members of the community can receive free Stop the Bleed training.
For more information, visit firehousesubs.com.