Campaign targets parents and caregivers of African-American and Spanish-speaking children.

The International Association of Black Professional Fire Fighters (IABPFF) has launched the No Child Left Alone fire safety and awareness campaign. The campaign focuses on informing parents and caregivers of children about the perils of leaving children alone at home, as well as providing life-saving information to make their children “fire-safe.” According to reports from the U.S. Fire Administration and the National Fire Protection Association, African-American children comprise a large and disproportionate share of total fire deaths nationwide. The No Child Left Alone campaign offers – at no cost – an educational video, brochure and poster for IABPFF members and the general public.