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Juliann Ashcraft

Seeds of Gratitude

– Watch Juliann Ashcraft, wife of Granite Mountain Hotshot Andrew Ashcraft (2013-AZ), gave a beautiful talk about her family’s gratitude journey after Andrew’s death.  READ


Crisis Intervention

Crisis Intervention Information

– It is important, especially right now while everyone is under a considerable amount of extra stress, to know how to access crisis intervention, should you need immediate help. Just like calling 911 for a medical emergency, there is good help available for psychological and emotional crisis points.  READ


The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Does Not Solicit Donations by Phone

– You can make a donation by mail, by phone or through our website. READ


Laughter Yoga

Laughter Yoga

– Even in the midst of grief and uncertainty—perhaps most at those times—laughter brings a whole host of health benefits. If you haven’t yet had the pleasure, take a few minutes to learn more about the practice and benefits of laughter. READ


NFFF Connect

NFFF Connect: Yarnell Hill Fire IC to IC Discussion with Chief Eric Kriwer

– Chief Kriwer and NFFF National LAST Coordinator Ian Bennett discuss the incident, its aftermath, the impact it had on Chief Kriwer and insight into what happens when an incident commander suffers a line-of-duty death on their watch. » Watch the Recorded Webinar READ


King Butler, CPCU®, CLU®

National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Welcomes New Board Member

– The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) is pleased to announce the appointment of King Butler, CPCU®, CLU®, Vice President of Operations for State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company in Duluth, GA, to the Foundation’s Board of Directors.  READ


Be a Hero, Save A Hero® App

Preventing Home Fires and Emergencies

– With so many people sheltering at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, the risk of house fires and home emergencies increases. One of the best ways we can help the public safety community stay safe is to prevent emergencies and to know how to respond to them if necessary. READ


Staying Mentally Healthy During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Short Video: Staying Mentally Healthy During the COVID-19 Pandemic – Part 1

– We are excited to introduce the first video in a series from Dr. Angela Moreland, Director of the Center for Firefighter Behavioral Health, on how to stay mentally healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.  READ


NFFF Connect: Grieving with Gratitude

Grieving with Gratitude: Kelly Buckley

– Goodness is all around us, look for it and find your one little thing to be thankful for.  READ


NFFF Connect: Sharing a Meal

Sharing a Meal

– Raise your hand if you feel like you have cooked a thousand meals in the past few weeks. Are you running out of ideas, ingredients, or inspiration? Share one of your favorite simple recipes. READ