2016 National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Stair Climb Offsite News

– Read news from our regional 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb events. READ

Envisage Partners With the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to Drive Donations

– Donations from Envisage to NFFF will be based on the number of firefighters and rescue personnel who sign up at or at the FirstForward booth (Booth# 13113) at the FDIC Conference in Indianapolis, occurring April 18-23, 2016. READ Supports the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

– IamResponding will contribute $25 to the NFFF from every new IaR subscription between March 1 and the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend (Oct 8-9).  READ

More Great Advice in Pass It On: The Second Alarm

– Chief Billy Goldfeder has assembled a new collection of wisdom and insight from more than 80 of the most notable and respected firefighters, fire officers and chiefs from across the country.  READ

Pre-1981 Section of Walk of Honor® to be Unveiled in June 2016

– This special area has been designed for families, friends and departments to recognize firefighters who died in the line of duty in the years prior to establishing the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial in 1981.  READ

Senator Paul S. Sarbanes Fire Service Safety Leadership Award to Be Presented to the Fire Department Safety Officers Association

– The award will be presented at the 28th Annual National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner on May 5, 2016 in Washington, DC.  READ

Save the Date! Pre-1981 LODD Walk of Honor® Section Dedication Ceremony

– A special section has been reserved to honor those who have died in the line of duty prior to 1981 when the memorial was built. The Pre-1981 Walk of Honor® Section Dedication Ceremony has been scheduled for June 11th.  READ

Personal safety is just a click away

– To help encourage more individuals and departments to use their seatbelts at all times, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) has revamped the International First Responder Seatbelt Pledge website, making it easier than ever to use. READ

Help us save Maryland lives! NOW!

– Some Maryland lawmakers want to gut the state’s mandatory residential sprinkler law. It’s an enormous step backwards that will cost lives. Watch this video and listen to the message from Sher Grogg, whose brother, sister-in-law, three nieces and a nephew died a year ago. » Sounding-off About Saving Lives READ

Kidde, Craig Morgan Kick Off ‘Step Up and Stand Out’ National Campaign

– Submissions will be accepted from Feb. 11 until May 21, and voting will begin in June.  READ