The Avenel - Colonia First Aid Squad.
The Avenel - Colonia First Aid Squad.


With the ever-rising costs associated with operating within the Emergency Medical Service, whether it be for training new and existing employees or just the operational costs for supplies and equipment, we had to look for other avenues of income.


The Avenel-Colonia First Aid Squad Inc. is  currently in the process of forming a charitable Foundation for the purposes of providing charitable contributions, support and to offer educational opportunities to persons and entities of the Emergency Medical Service Community and to provide support and financial assistance to the Avenel-Colonial First Aid Squad Inc.


This Foundation will allow us to continue and expand our programs within the community for seniors and business and aid us to assist perspective EMT’s with the costs of training as well as aiding the Avenel-Colonia First Aid Squad Inc.  with relief of rising costs of operations.


We are currently seeking persons with management and fundraising experience and the available time to staff the Board of Directors and Trustee positions needed.


Interested parties should forward their resume to for consideration and an interview.


Yours in Service to the community,




Anthony A. Cursi


Avenel-Colonia First Aid Squad Inc.



Check out the services provided by the Avenel-Colonia First Aid Squad. 






Meet the dedicated staff of the Avenel-Colonia First Aid Squad.






The Avenel Colonia First Aid Squad has begun our annual fund drive, and letters have been sent out to residents in our service area asking for your kind donations. This year we have included valuable tips to assit you in knowing how to recognize signs of a stroke, and what to do in case of emergencies, so don't forget to look at both sides of our mailer. 


Please remember that the donations we receive from you are tax deductible, and help our organization towards buying new equipment and also to offset operating expenses. Please help us to help you!


Mayor John E. McCormac along with the ACFAS staff at the first annual Open House & Health Fair. 

Each year more than 1,000 savable lives are lost in response services.  Cardiac arrest and stroke patients have less than six minutes to receive life-saving treatment.  Seconds can literally mean the difference between life and death.

ACFAS responds to more than 3,000 emergency calls a year with an average response to 9-1-1 calls of less than 5 minutes.
Three minutes faster than the National Average!
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