A popular sandwich restaurant is continuing to give back this New Year.

Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation recently unveiled its “Book of Giving,” an 18-page, digital and print catalog that highlights more than two dozen of the most requested pieces of lifesaving equipment first responders rely on to perform their jobs. The items listed in the book vary in price ranging from $30 for flashlights to more than $35,000 for a rescue boat. Other equipment featured in the book include an automated chest compression system, which allows contact-less CPR to be done safely when patients are transported to medical centers, for $15,000.

The digital book is available to view at firehousesubsfoundation.org. Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation was established in 2005 during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The foundation provides first responders with life-saving equipment, as well as offers prevention education tools to the public and provides scholarships in partnership with schools for those interested in pursuing public safety careers. It also helps communities after natural and man-made disasters occur and supports military members.

Firehouse Subs restaurant has many locations in the Valley including one at 2836 E. Indian School Road.

To learn more, visit firehousesubs.com.