This is a message from the Department of Homeland Security/U.S. Fire Administration. 
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Every firefighter death is a tragedy. No matter if it is one or nine the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation will be there to support, assist and honor every one of these lost heroes, their families and co-workers.

From an initial response of a Local Assistance State Team, to our Survivors Network, to the National Memorial Weekend in October, our commitment is the same: To help those affected in re-building their lives and to never forget the sacrifices their loved one has made.
Your tax-deductible donation can:

You can help us honor their sacrifice.

You can assist in Charleston by donating to the following programs:

City of Charleston Firemen's Fund
c/o Bank of America
P.O. Box 304
Charleston, SC 29402 

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National Fallen Firefighters Foundation-Donations for Charleston
PO Drawer 498
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
Donate Online: www.firehero.org
(Donations will be used to Mental Health and Peer Support Programs for the families and firefighters in Charleston)
 

 

Photo Credit: Thomas E. Franklin,
2001 The Record (Bergen County, N.J.).
Photo Credit: Thomas E. Franklin, Staff Photographer

The Washington Township Fire Department expresses it's deepest sympathies to the firefighters, emergency services workers, civilians and their families affected by the devastating tragedies of September 11, 2001

 

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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In commemoration of the unprecedented line of duty deaths experienced by the Fire Department of the City of New York on September 11, 2001, Schooleys Mountain has affixed special decals to their apparatus. This will be a permanent reminder of the loss our brothers and sisters experienced. A photo of one of the apparatus is shown below.

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