Robert D. Pollard‚ 64‚ a volunteer with the Southern Stone County Fire Protection District‚ died on January 1‚ 2000‚ of a brain aneurysm after collapsing earlier en route to a brush fire. He was a past board member of the District and was instrumental in getting 911 in Stone County.
We Are Here For You
We are working hard to provide important resources, workshops, and timely information to help both firefighters and our Fire Hero Families stay connected and well during these unprecedented times. These new resources can be found here on our website, shared through E-mail, and through our social media channels.
Stay Connected With NFFF
You can receive information on National Fallen Firefighters Foundation resources, news, events, and ways you can help families and the fire service through our online newsletter.
Like us on FacebookLike NFFF
- The NFFF is honored to partner with @usfire on the U.S. Fire Administrator's Summit on Fire Prevention and Control:… https://t.co/volafpyVp6
Make Your 2022 Combined Federal Campaign Donation Using #10292
Federal, military, and postal service employees can donate to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation through Combined Federal Campaign contributions. The Foundation’s agency number is 10292. State and local government employees can write in the Foundation as their agency of choice.