The Honor a Responder campaign will raise funds for the development of the premier First Responders Resiliency Center.
First Responders Resiliency, Inc. (FRRI) has launched its first annual fundraising campaign titled Honor a Responder. The Honor a Responder campaign is part of a Capital Campaign to raise funds for the development of the premier First Responders Resiliency Center in Cotati, Calif.
Retired paramedic Susan Farren started First Responders Resiliency Inc. in 2017 and now has a contract with Cal Fire to train thousands of state firefighters in methods to deal with the inevitable stress of fire season. Photo taken on Thursday, January 21, 2021. (Photo by John Burgess/The Press Democrat)
Susan Farren, second from right, practices yoga during a retreat organized by First Responder Resilience LLC at Charles Krug Winery in St. Helena , Calif., on Wednesday, December 15, 2021.(Beth Schlanker/The Press Democrat)
First Responders Resiliency board member, Cathy Wayne, and husband Dough Wayne, both of Minden, NV., pet "Tiller" a service dog pup, held by Bailey Farren, of Cotati, during "An Evening of Inspiration" benefit at the the First Responders Resiliency Center, in Cotati, Calif., on Saturday, November 13, 2021. (Photo by Darryl Bush / For The Press Democrat)