The Firefighters Assistance Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to helping firefighters and rescue personnel perform their duties effectively and safely, assisting burn centers, and preventing unnecessary fires through public awareness.

The general nature and objects of this non-profit corporation is the organization of educational opportunities, training and promotion of general fire safety and welfare, and to contribute to the aid of burn victims and centers, for fire-fighters and EMT’s, as well as the general public; and to promote and encourage fire safety among the citizens of the United States of America.

Enhance firefighter’s health and welfare
Distribute firefighting equipment though grants and donations
Become a communication channel for firefighters across the country

The process is simple, fill out the application, it will be reviewed and verified by the Grant Committee, and when the money is available, it will be awarded to your cause for the project.

FAF seeks to educate children about life and fire safety through the distribution of educational materials and coloring books to schools. By doing this, FAF hopes to cut down or eliminate the tragic effects that come with preventable injuries and fires..
Almost 1.5 million fires occur annual in residences. Billions of dollars of property is lost, and thousands of lives are lost or disrupted...

For any additional questions about the foundation email us at administration@nffaf.org
Past Grant Awards
August 28, 2007

Anderson Volunteer Fire Department, Chief Shelby Turner P.O. Box 990 Anderson, MO. 64831 Equip: 5 Motorola Minitor V Pagers October 10, 2007 Dagsboro Volunteer Fire Department, Chief Thomas Glenn 31818 Waples St. Dagsboro, DE. 19939 Equip: 5 Motorola Minitor V Pagers

April 19, 2007

Cresaptown Volunteer Fire Department, Chief Daniel Winter 13110 Warrior Dr., P.O. Box 5129 Cresaptown, MD. 21505-5129 Equip: 11 Kenwood UHF Radios, Speaker Microphones, Spare Batteries

January 24, 2007

Clive Fire Department, Chief Rick Roe 8505 Harbach Blvd Clive, IA. 50325 Equip: 20 Pagers

January 26, 2007

Asbury Volunteer Fire Department, Chief Albert Childress 4104 Martling Gap Rd. Albertville, AL. 35951 Equip: (7) 2 ½ play Pipe Nozzle w/Shut Off

December 5, 2006

Hamden Volunteer Fire Department, Chief Jim Beckner 48 Railroad Ave Hamden, OH. 45634 Equip: Turnout Gear Storage Racks

more awards...