H4H Application process closes December 31st 2018. Thanks!
Golf Funderaiser 9/11/2019
Looking to participate in our golf fundraiser?
If you are interested in playing and or sponsoring the Minnesota Fire Fighter’s Foundation 3rd Annual Golf Fundraiser being held on 9/11/2019, please fill out the contact form. We will provide you with more details shortly.
A growing concern...
With a cost of over $1500-$2000 per set, smaller departments struggle to equip Firefighters with 2 sets of gear, and gear washing equipment. Firefighter deaths are reaching epic proportions not because of on the job casualties but because of the inherent health risks (like cancer) of the job. “Wear your mask” is a reminder to firefighters and community members about the importance of Donning Full PPE every time on the fire scene. Breathing in over 7400 toxins present in a structure fire is a serious health issue for firefighters. Minnesota Fire Fighters Foundation (MNFFF) is seeking your help in protecting Firefighters in your communities. DONATE now, the proceeds will go toward providing advanced protective equipment and tools for firefighters each and every day. On behalf of those who serve your community we thank you for your continued support!!!!
11388 79th St. NE
Otsego, MN 55301
Chris Adams - (952) 292-2516
What's going on...
Hello Friends –
As you consider Giving to the Max today we are asking you to support the Minnesota Fire Fighters Foundation and our never ending journey to help prevent and raise awareness around cancer and the hidden health risk firefighters face. We know there are several great Non-Profits out there and you may already have one in mind. We would like you to consider helping those that freely help others in a time of need.
The Minnesota Fire Fighters Foundation wants to continue to educate, inform and, help firefighters and their communities across the state. Any support you give will help us to help those that serve our communities in Minnesota.
Please click on DONATE and help a firefighter.
Fire Prevention Week reminds families to 'plan two ways out'
Fire officials are spreading awareness and providing tips for families when it comes to developing a home escape plan. (read more)