CSU will award up to $10,000 for an undergraduate program and up to $12,600 for a graduate program to an eligible spouse or life partner of a fallen firefighter who has been honored at the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial.
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Honeywell and UL Team up to Launch2015 FDIC Scholarship Program
The Honeywell-UL scholarship program is an effort to address the challenge fire departments face, with tight budgets, to send firefighters to the industry’s premier safety and training event.
Make your holiday gatherings a Tribute
Limited supply of special vintage to honor fallen firefighters available. Don’t miss your opportunity to enjoy a fine California wine this holiday season and show your support for the NFFF.
What is #GivingTuesday?
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation is participating in #GivingTuesday. Join us and be a part of a new tradition in giving.
Kidde, Country Music Star Chris Young Increase Fire Safety and Help Burn-Injured Firefighters
Kidde will donate 2,000 Worry-Free sealed-battery smoke alarms to fire departments in select cities along Young’s 2015 A.M. World Tour and will contribute $25,000 to support burned firefighters.
Remembering Harvey Eisner
Harvey Eisner will be deeply missed by the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and the entire U.S. Fire Service.
» Ways to Help Remember Harvey
First Paradigm Challenge Encourages Kids to Help Prevent Home Fires
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation is proud to support the first Paradigm Challenge, a competition for 7 to 18 year-olds that generates new ideas to prevent injuries and fatalities from home fires.
Chief Dennis Compton receives Dr. John Granito Award
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation congratulates Chief Dennis Compton, chairman of the Foundation’s Board of Directors, on receiving the Dr. John Granito Award for Excellence in Fire Leadership and Management Research.
“Dragon’s Fyre” Jet Truck teams with National Fallen Firefighters Foundation
Few exhibitions create more crowd buzz and excitement than 40-foot flames erupting from the rear of a jet powered truck.
Flags fly high, emotions run deep at the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend
Through quiet tears, loving embraces and a few warm smiles, survivors were assured their firefighters would not be forgotten.