We greatly appreciate the support and generosity of the community! Our team's focus is on the mission of fire suppression while keeping firefighter and public safety our number one priority. Our willand fire crews are well equipped and cared for.
Here are some ways you can show support for firefighters.
·Help keep firefighters safe by creating defensible space around your home. Creating defensible space around your home is absolutely the BEST thing you can do to help firefighters. Learn how at http://firewise.org.
·Post thank you banners/signs in the community and on social media. This is a great morale booster for firefighters after a long shift!
·Write thank you notes to firefighters. Drop them off at the incident command post so they can be posted or shared.
·Write thank you letters to firefighters families. Put them in a blank, stamped
envelopes. After briefings or after shifts, firefighters can address letters to parents, kids, spouses, etc.
Items We Cannot Accept at Fire Camp:
·We have federal standards for personal protective gear for our wildland firefighters.
·Food items including baked goods and sweets.
·We are required to follow food safety regulations, and we have strict guidelines for firefighter nutrition. Rest assured, we feed our firecrews three meals a day, including snacks.
Please confirm needs by contacting the organization of your choice before donating physical items (food, water, etc.).
Financial contribution to a recognized organization are the most effective way of helping them obtain goods and services locally and provide direct financial assistance to those in need.
·Consider a financial contribution to a voluntary organization of your choice. You might consider a donation to:
·Consider a Donation to Your Local Fire Department.
·Consider a Donation to a firefighter support organization of your choice.
·Wildland Firefighter Foundation
·100 Club of Arizona
·Consider a Donation to the American Red Cross
·Consider a Donation to the Humane Society