Project Holiday

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Our gift to you this holiday season

NFPA's "Project Holiday" can help you and your community stay fire-safe.

Our "Project Holiday" online toolkit is stuffed to the brim with everything you'll need for a comprehensive holiday safety campaign. 

News release, letters to the editor, talking points, and report

Safety tip sheets

Print these reproducible safety tip sheets to distribute at community events.



As you deck the halls, be fire smart. A small fire that spreads to a Christmas tree (PDF, 1 MB) can grow large very quickly.


Remember: a candle (PDF, 792 KB) is an open flame, which means that it can easily ignite anything that can burn.


The leading cause of kitchen fires is unattended cooking (PDF, 171 KB), so stay alert when cooking this holiday.

The holidays (PDF, 962 KB) are a time for families and friends to gather. But that also means a greater risk for fire.

Gift tags and Christmas tree tags
Use these colorful tags to brighten your holidays -- and make them more fire-safe! 
Give the gift of fire safety with these colorful gift tags (PDF, 744). Duplicate the tags and distribute to residents to use with their gift-giving. Our Christmas tree tags (PDF, 340KB) provide important fire safety information. Make copies of the tags and ask local retailers to distribute with every tree sold.

Sparky headerFor kids and families
 Sparky Mad Lib

 Sparky Connect the Dots

Sparky holiday coloring sheet

Safety videos

Watch these NFPA videos for tips on making your holidays safer.

NFPA's Lorraine Carli has a few safety tips to consider before you decorate your home for the holidays.

NFPA's Amy Lebeau offers tips to keep your Christmas tree fire-safe this year.

A demonstration showing how flammable a dry Christmas tree can be as opposed to a tree watered regularly. This test was conducted by NFPA and Underwriters Laboratories.

Keep family and guests safe during the holiday party season by following these simple tips.