Is Our Priority
Experts agree: Training is critical for firefighters and other first responders to stay safe, prepared, and effective. Yet in these challenging times, many firefighters, especially volunteers, often don't have the training they need to stay safe and be effective.
Hurricane Planning for Small- and Mid-Sized Agencies. All agencies in the path of potential hurricanes should be prepared in case one hits this season! Learn more about FSF's latest training program.
In a few years, we've produced 25 video training programs that are available, free of charge, to all first responding agencies nationwide. These programs cover subjects from basic to advanced, all in a turn-key training package. We look forward to delivering our next 25!
Salem Volunteer Fire Department -
Palm Beach Shores Fire Department -
Palm Beach Shores, Florida
Every year, U.S. firefighters sustain nearly 100 line-of-duty deaths,
1,500 serious or life-threatening injuries, and 26,000 exposures to
hazardous substances. Much of our free training is focused on reducing injuries.
Welcome to the Firefighters Support Foundation (FSF)
FSF is a 501(c)(3)tax-exempt non-profit organization dedicated to assisting firefighters and rescue personnel perform their jobs effectively and safely. We also aid underfunded agencies and assist families of fallen firefighters in their greatest time of need. With your help, our mission is accomplished in three ways: professional training, equipment donations, and line-of-duty death (LODD) survivors assistance.
The Firefighters Support Foundation provides advanced, life-saving materials and training, FREE of charge, to THOUSANDS of firefighters and rescue personnel nationwide EVERY YEAR. This is our primary mission.
Our goal is to bring the experience and guidance of leading edge instructors and thinkers in the field to public safety professionals across the country free of charge in a vital effort to help save lives.
For many fire departments around the country, FSF is a source of last resort for funds to purchase critical safety items. Our grant applicants have pursued other sources such as federal and state grants without success. Meanwhile, widespread economic pressures limit fundraising in local communities. FSF's grants enable departments to acquire much needed tools and equipment in spite of these obstacles.
Chief (Ret) Bobby Halton
Editor, Fire Engineering
A portion of our revenues provide financial assistance to the survivors of firefighters and paramedics killed in the line of duty.
These donations offer a heartfelt gift of thanks for their sacrifice and help the families in their time of need.