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    IAFF members have been on the frontlines responding to the devastation Hurricane Ian left behind when it made landfall in Florida and continued its way up to the Carolinas. As thousands of members live within the storm’s path, the impact on the membership is expected to be significant.

    When disasters strike, IAFF members leave their own families to answer the call to serve and protect their community in need. The IAFF Foundation follows closely behind the members of the IAFF to ensure their needs are met in a time of crisis like Hurricane Ian.

    Thanks to the IAFF Foundation’s Disaster Relief program, the IAFF Go Team and Headquarters staff are in Florida assisting members with financial relief, food and water, necessities, behavioral health counseling, emergency home repairs, fuel, generators for those with urgent medical needs, and anything else they need.

    “While our members are out there answering calls for help, it is our job at the IAFF to make sure membership needs are addressed as quickly as possible,” said General President Edward Kelly. “I know many of our members will want to pitch in. The best way for them to help their brothers and sisters is to donate to the Foundation’s Disaster Relief program.”

    When disasters strike, IAFF members leave their own families to answer the call to serve and protect their community in need. The IAFF Foundation follows closely behind the members of the IAFF to ensure their needs are met in a time of crisis like Hurricane Ian.

    Donate today with a tax-deductible contribution online.

     

    December 04, 2022

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100 Arlington Avenue
Nashville, TN 37210
  615.739.4928

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