Until technology improves where farmers and other grain handlers do not have to enter grain bins, emergency first responders need to be prepared to help save lives. On behalf of the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety (NECAS), we welcome your partnership to help make grain rescue tubes and grain rescue training available to emergency personnel.
We're working hard to raise awareness and equip fire departments across the country with specialized rescue techniques and equipment to help save lives. If you would like to join our mission, the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety will accept donations in the form of grain rescue rubes, rescue training or a financial contribution.
Financial, equipment or training donations
|Four-alarm||$15,000 or more|
|Three-alarm||$10,000 - $14,999|
|Two-alarm||$5,000 - $9,999|
|One-alarm||Less than $5,000|
All donations will help us meet our goal. Contributors of $1,000 or more will be prominently displayed on grainbinsafetyweek.com and may be included in other promotional opportunities.
Following the conclusion of the Nominate Your Fire Department Contest (Jan 1-Apr 30), winning fire departments will be rewarded with grain entrapment rescue training and a grain rescue tube. The total number of winners and prizes rely on the donations and generosity of our partners.
View official rules and prize descriptions.
Providing first responders with necessary equipment and training is no small task. We appreciate your dedication to the health and safety of America’s rural community.
Making donations is easy
To make a donation, visit necasag.org/gbsw or contact Risk Management Desk at 800-260-1356.
All cash contributions help purchase grain bin tubes and/or training. All donations are managed through the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety (NECAS), a 501(c)(3) non-profit.