Raffles Fundraisers

The signs are constructed on 100% aluminum and measure 18 inches long by 6 inches wide with rounded corners. Holes are pre-drilled in two arrangements so that you can display your sign horizontally or vertically at the end of your driveway where it will be visible in case of an emergency. The cost is $20.00 and will be payable when you pick up your sign. A GFD member will contact you when your sign is available to arrange a pick up time and location. We would like to have all homeowners participate in this program.
Our selection includes Fraser Firs, Canaan Firs, and Douglas Fir trees. It has come to the attention of the Forked River Volunteer Fire Department that an Organization called the Volunteer Fire Association is soliciting for donations. We hope that you never need our services, but if you do, rest assured that we will be there for you. You will make $9 per sign
You sell the signs in your area for $25.
To investigate and prosecute hate crimes by following up on every credible tip and offer departmental resources to assist local and federal law enforcement partners in this effort. If you can make a donation to help us continue our mission, we would greatly appreciate it. Enjoy an afternoon of fun and live music on the spectacular Westport Headlands. The Alexandria Fire Department (AFD) will participate in the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) “Fill the Boot” Campaign, managed by International Association of Fire Fighters Local 2141. Since 2017, WASP has worked with many fire departments and helped to raise tens of thousands of dollars.
An event that was started at our 100th Anniversary in 1996 has become a staple of the community where we offer food, drink, and entertainment! This event is free of charge and open to the entire community. The Block party is held every year on the last Saturday in June. A retired police officer from the Fraser Valley, he had experience in emergency services. Use BetterWorld’s online platforms to organize community functions such as golf tournaments or chili cook-offs.
Those are determined by the Insurance Services Office, which assigns fire departments a score between 1 and 10. A score of 1 is the safest bet that an insurance company won’t have to pay out on fire claims. Any area that is more than five driving miles from the nearest fire station is automatically rated a 10. Our communities need us to be trained, equipped, and ready to respond. That includes manufacturing facilities, hospitality and tourism establishments, farms, churches, church and Scout camps, public lands and highways, and about 450 rural households. What those households pay for homeowners insurance is directly related to the readiness and reliability of the fire department that serves them.
We have a proven track record of excellent profits for all types of organizations. NO customer is too small; we help all organizations reach their goals. Project Fire Buddies is a non-profit organization created by firefighters looking to build relationships and support for families battling critical childhood illnesses.
Some of the OG members don’t like the idea of accepting tax dollars; they like the “independence” of doing what the membership wants with no one looking over their shoulder. Protfitable fire department fundraising ideas can’t run a fire company by doing ham dinners (and your Gen Z members don’t know how to cook a ham). Like the rural households they serve, rural volunteer firefighters often pay a premium for homeowners insurance based on where they live. But they show up to flip flapjacks to pay for NFPA-compliant PPE and other equipment. Operating and training expenses that aren’t covered by their municipalities.