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Chief Kail Schoen
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Giving Courage – A Conversation with Chief Kail Schoen

Earlier in 2016, twelve chiefs representing every type of department shared the grim realities of coping with a line-of-duty death in the documentary Giving Courage: ...
First Responder Center for Excellence
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NFFF Forms New Organization to Address Occupational Health Issues Within the First Responder Community

The First Responder Center plans to become a major resource for first responders and their family members in addressing physical and psychological health issues and ...
Foundation News

New NFFF Staff Members

The Foundation is pleased to welcome Ed and Jenna to the organization.
Foundation News

The Last 5 Days of August

By Ken Prillaman, Brooklyn Park Fire Chief and MN LAST Assistant Coordinator Saturday afternoon, August 27 a caravan of three vehicles traveled south along I35E ...
Awards

The Senator Paul S. Sarbanes Fire Service Safety Leadership Award to Be Presented to the International Fire Service Training Association

The award will be presented at the 29th Annual National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner on April 6, 2017, in Washington, DC.
2018-2019 Scholarship
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There is Still Time to Apply for the 2018 – 2019 Sarbanes Scholarship

Applications are being accepted through April 1, 2018 for the 2018-2019 Sarbanes Scholarship Program which provides assistance to spouses, life partners, children, and stepchildren of ...
Chief James Strain
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Giving Courage – A Conversation with Chief James Strain

Earlier in 2016, twelve chiefs representing every type of department shared the grim realities of coping with a line-of-duty death in the documentary Giving Courage: ...
Fundraising News

1-800-Boardup Launches Fundraising Partnership With the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

Donations will be directed to NFFF programs that honor fallen firefighter heroes, assist their survivors and help prevent future line-of-duty deaths and injuries.