Study: How to cut firefighter heart attacks

– How you live your life today may determine whether or not you die in the line of duty. Exercise, diet and family history may have more to do with your risk of dying on a scene than what you do when responding to an incident. READ

Denver Fire Department: Leadership So Everyone Goes Home

– Denver firefighters opened their doors and their hearts to share painful lessons to help improve firefighter safety across the country and around the world. READ

To the cold and wet (or warm and dry) the NFFF says Thanks!

– The 24-Hour Cold Water Challenge has captured the creative minds and generous hearts of many firefighters, survivors and NFFF supporters. To those who are taking the plunge, we thank you.  READ

Fire Hero Learning Network Launches Operational Checklists

– Checklists are an integral part of fire service operations. They help reduce the possibility of errors and ensure incidents run smoothly. READ

Returning to a Table Near You: Tribute Red Wine Blend

– The sale of 2010 Tribute Red Wine Blend from Distant Cellars Winery in support of the NFFF was a great success. If you missed out last year, you won't want to let it happen again. READ

Trouble in Mind

– The suicide of an active, high-profile chief sent a shock wave through the nation’s fire service. READ

Video: FDIC 2014 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb

– Get an inside look at the 2014 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb held at this year's Fire Department Instructor's Conference (FDIC) in Indianapolis READ

UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute in Partnership with NIST and FDNY Launch New Training

– The interactive training takes learners through a research timeline of the previous fire dynamics research conducted by NIST and UL, all of the details that went into the tests, test results, and tactical considerations derived from the test results.  READ

NFFF Receives 4-Star Rating From Charity Navigator for Second Year

– For the public and firefighters it's important to know their generous donations to fire service charities are having an impact and making a difference.  READ

Senator Paul S. Sarbanes Fire Service Safety Leadership Award to be Presented to Three Organizations For Outstanding Achievements to Improve Firefighter Health and Safety

– The Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) have selected the Office of the State Fire Commissioner for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and a unique partnership between the Oklahoma Council on Firefighter Training and INTEGRIS Heart Hospital as the co-recipients of the 2014 Senator Paul S. Sarbanes Fire Service Safety Leadership Award. READ