SHOW YOUR SUPPORT

We ask for your help in “Keeping Houston Strong”.

Our brave men and women of the Houston Fire Department do their jobs so that we can sleep better at night. With the proper equipment the Houston Fire Department can not only better protect our families, but can ensure that they get home to theirs. Any donations will go towards securing much-needed life-saving equipment that is essential to keeping our firefighters safe, as well as helping our community.

The Fire Fighters Foundation of Houston is working on fulfilling the Houston Fire Departments 2019 Priority Wishlist:

  • Extractors at all HFD Fire Stations, approximate cost 9k
    • 26 funded of the 93 stations
  • Plymovent for 11 stations, ineligible for grant funding
  • Pole slide pads for two story stations, approximately 48
  • Passenger vehicle for Honor Guard/Funeral use, black vehicle with 3 row seating
    • Suburban, Tahoe, or van

IN HONOR/MEMORY

You can make a tax-deductible donation in honor or in memory of someone to show how much you care.

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS

Do your part to help support our cause. $0.92 out of every dollar goes towards supplies and equipment for the brave men and women of the Houston Fire Department.

CORPORATE SPONSORSHIPS

Is your company looking for a way to help the community within which you do business. The Fire Fighters Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on supporting the Houston area.

Chief

$25,000 +

Assistant Chief

$15,000 – $24,999

Captain

$10,000 – $14,999

Rescue Squad

$5,000 – $9,999

Safety Officer

$2,000 – $4,999

Firefighter

$1,000 – $1,999

First Responder

$1 – $999

KEEPING HOUSTON STRONG, THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS!

-Chief-

-Assistant Chief-

-Captain-

-Rescue Squad-

-Safety Officer-

Bobby & Jasmeeta Singh

-Firefighter-

-First Responder-

Ronald Brandt

Kwon So

Angela Nguyen

Jari Fuller

Scott Pitre

-In Honor Of-

In Honor of Dallas Doyle for his years of service and his supportive wife Varleen. We love you!- Danielle Doyle

In Honor of Lawrence Barris 60th- Sandra Marine