Sirina and Its Employees’ Community Activities

Cycle for Cure / Cycle for Survival


Cycle for Survival is an initiative created to fight rare cancers.


Rare cancer patients make up about half of all people fighting cancer, but they often have limited or no treatment options because rare cancer research is drastically underfunded.


Cycle for Survival raised $30 million in 2016—more than $140 million in a decade. Every single dollar is directly allocated to rare cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center within six months of the events.


In March of 2018, Rosalinde Ziskroit, an employee of Sirina Fire Protection, participated in her third year supporting Cycle for Survival.


Since becoming involved with Cycle for Survival, she has committed to help beat rare cancers.  We have all been touched with stories of someone losing a friend, a loved one and with continued support, one day a cure will be found to beat rare cancers.


She rides for those we love, for those who can’t, for those fighting today and for those who will fight.


Roz and Sirina Fire Protection thank you for your continued support.

Sirina Employees Donate Over 100 Gifts to Toys for Tots


Sirina Employees donate over 100 toys this holiday season to the U.S. Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots Program


Anthony Florez, Chairman of the Board and Owner of Sirina Fire Protection commented “With our employees’ generous support, we will be able to fulfill the Christmas holiday dreams of many less fortunate children, who otherwise might have been forgotten.”


For nearly 70 years, Toys for Tots has been the U.S. Marine Corps’ premier community action program. The Toys for Tots message of hope for the future has motivated youngsters to grow into responsible, productive, patriotic citizens. Toys for Tots not only benefits children, but also has a positive impact on communities, on businesses – large and small, on the Marine Corps and on the nation.

New Hyde Park Baseball

Company Fishing Trips

Sirina Fire Protection is a proud supporter of the following:


The Shalom Center

Angelman Syndrome Foundation

John Jay College Foundation

NY Fire Fighters Burn Center

St. Francis Food Pantries

Long Island Jewish

Simon Properties Fundraisers

LEED Implementation Processes