Fire Service Survivor Programs» Resources for Newly Bereaved Families of Fallen Firefighters - We want you to know that you are not alone. Though each person's loss is different, there are many survivors who have walked a similar path.
» Fire Service Survivors Network - Through the Network, Survivors can communicate with one another by email or phone. Connecting with someone else who has lost a beloved firefighter can offer a sense of hope and understanding.
» Remembrance Program - During the anniversary month of their firefighter's death, families receive a Remembrance card written by another survivor.
» Fire Service Survivors Conference - This special week of activities is designed to address issues related to loss, provide training for those providing outreach to others, and provide a chance to network with other survivors.
» Hal Bruno Camps for Children of Fallen Firefighters - This is a weekend bereavement camp for children and stepchildren of fallen firefighters who have been honored at the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Emmitsburg.
» Memorial Weekend - Every October, the Foundation sponsors the official national tribute to all firefighters who died in the line of duty during the previous year. The weekend features private activities for survivors and co-workers, along with public ceremonies.
Survivor Benefit InformationTo help with immediate and long-term financial concerns, we can help survivors find information on benefits available at the national level and in each state. The Foundation's Scholarship Program can help survivors achieve their educational goals. » Find Out What Benefits Exist in Your State
» Survivor Benefits Guide (PDF)
» Public Safety Officers Benefits (PSOB)
» Public Safety Officers Benefits Guidelines
» Benefits for Federal Firefighters
» Are Death Benefits Taxable?
» Scholarships: NFFF Programs & Application
» NFFF Scholarship Alumni Association
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