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Three National Organizations Join Together To Commend Connecticut Fire Sprinkler Coalition

– The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF), Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, and Common Voices always stand in support of state efforts that take action to include fire sprinklers in the construction of new homes. READ


Rest Assured for the Next Generation of Firefighters

– Each purchase of the new firefighter print Zipadee-Zip® wearable blanket sleeper from Sleeping Baby Inc. will support the work of the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF). READ


Fuel in a Bottle® gives NFFF a boost

– Through its Fuel the Fund Campaign, the company has signed on as a new supporter of the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.  READ


Florida State University Partners with NFFF to Conduct National Survey on the FF Behavioral Health

– Current or retired firefighter? Help researchers learn more about suicide and mental health among firefighters by completing a brief online survey as a part of a research study funded by NFFF. Participants will be compensated for their time.  READ


The Dragon’s Fyre Jet Truck shares NFFF message at World of Wheels Milwaukee

– The only jet-powered 1940 customized Ford pick-up truck, will be on display at World of Wheels Milwaukee, February 20 – 22 at the Wisconsin State Fair Park.  READ


NFFF welcomes new members to the Board of Directors and Advisory Committee

– Mary Bynum, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. Chief G. Keith Bryant, Kelly Kirwan, and Carol Jones are now members of the Foundation’s Advisory Committee.  READ


Are those bugles or plungers? A message about firefighter cancer

– Battalion Chief Bryan Frieders spoke at the National Fallen Firefighters Occupational Cancer in the Fire Service Strategy meeting in Washington, DC January 13-15, 2015. READ


Senator Paul S. Sarbanes Fire Safety Leadership Award

– The Sarbanes award recognizes organizations for their outstanding leadership in advancing health and safety in the fire service.  READ


Organ Donor Autopsy Concerns

– Autopsies are not required to file for, or receive PSOB benefits. If an autopsy is performed, a copy of the autopsy is generally requested to establish the cause of death. However, if an autopsy is not performed, the PSOB Office simply requests that the department provide a statement that an autopsy was not performed. READ


Responsible Tier II Filing Can Make a Difference

– For every report sold, 10% of the filing cost will be donated to the NFFF.  READ