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NFFF Receives $1 Million Grant To Ensure Everyone Goes Home®

The safety of our nation’s firefighters will continue to improve thanks to a $1 million federal grant to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF). The grant will help support the Foundation’s Everyone Goes Home® program which educates firefighters about preventing line-of-duty deaths and injuries. The grant is awarded from the Department of Homeland Security’s Assistance… Read more »

It’s 2012, What Do We Do Now?

The Everyone Goes Home-Courage to be Safe® program is about 5 years old. Line of Duty Deaths (LODD’s) have dropped below 80 in 2010 and around 80 in 2011.

NFFF Joins Hundreds to Honor Burn Victims and Call Attention to Fire Safety Issues

To honor those who suffered fatal burns and to advocate for improvements in safety codes and home fire sprinkler installation, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) will join burn survivors, their loved ones, healthcare professionals and fire service leaders and firefighters for the Walk of Remembrance on Wednesday, September 21 in Cincinnati, OH.

NFFF Receives Grant for Furthering Life Safety Initiatives

The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) received a $1 million Fire Prevention and Safety (FPS) Grant to sustain and expand a number of programs and services through the Foundation’s Everyone Goes Home® Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives Program.

Courage to Be Safe®: Chicago Fire Department Video Preview

In 2008, the FDNY allowed an NFFF film crew unprecedented access to members of that legendary department. These brave men and women shared their commitment to safe practices and courageoulsy told the stories of how they escaped death but, in some cases, not severe injury.