FVSS

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AcronymDefinition
FVSSFlash Video Streaming Service
FVSSFreiherr-vom-Stein-Schule (Germany)
FVSSFederal Voting Systems Standards
FVSSFraser Valley Salmon Society (Canada)
FVSSFox Valley Sailing School (Menasha, WI)
FVSSFire Victim Support Service (British Red Cross)
FVSSFishing Vessel Safety Ship
FVSSFlorida Voting Systems Standards
FVSSFuel Vapor Scrubber System
FVSSFamily and Victim Services Section (New York state)
FVSSFluid Visualization of Spreadsheet Structures
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The Warwickshire-based fire victim support service also went to the scene.
The British Red Cross Society has teamed up with Cleveland Fire Brigade to expand the fire victim support service.
British Red Cross fundraising manager Frances Downey said: ``The Barclays staff have helped keep the Fire Victim Support Service on the road.
Our fire victim support service was called out 94 times, helping 272 people, and our medical equipment loan department lent 866 wheelchairs to local people facing personal crisis.
The British Red Cross Fire Victim Support Service is looking for people from across Warwickshire to help out, as demands on the service are continuing to grow.
THE BRITISH Red Cross fire victim support service will be at the Town and Country Festival this weekend in a recruitment drive.
Organisers of the Fire Victim Support Service, based at Kenilworth fire station, in School Lane, are appealing for more help as demand for the service has doubled in the past few years.
VOLUNTEERS in the Warwickshire area are needed to join the Red Cross Fire Victim Support Service.
The British Red Cross Fire Victim Support Service is based at Kenilworth fire station in School Lane - the most central point in Warwickshire - and serves the whole county.
Jeff Stevens, fire victim support service co-ordinator for the county, said: "We are able to provide people with a shoulder to cry on and practical advice on what to do next.
The Fire Victim Support Service team will also be taking along its vehicle which provides a temporary home after fire, flood or other emergency.
The Sydenham Neighbourhood Initiative and the British Red Cross Fire Victim Support Service each received pounds 1,250 and the Imperial Cancer Research charity received pounds 500.