Across the state of North Carolina, local organizations of the Professional Fire Fighters and Paramedics of North Carolina and the International Associate of Fire Fighters host bi-annual concerts to raise funds for fire education in their communities. Your support helps the more than 3,200 professional fire fighters, paramedics and emergency medical technicians in their efforts to take a pro-active approach to fire safety laws and community services throughout the state.
Your contribution will benefit fire fighters throughout Gastonia and Gaston County. With the payment of your pledge, you show your support not only for the fire fighters, but for your community as well.
The Professional Fire Fighters and Paramedics of North Carolina represents hundreds of local fire fighters who are employed by the fire department (our organization represents the members, not the government agencies). We are a not-for-profit professional organization; therefore your support is not tax deductible for Federal tax purposes as a charitable contribution.The fire fighters of our nation are rated as having one of the most hazardous occupations in terms of death and injury. Working with citizens of North Carolina communities, perhaps we can change these statistics.
We are excited to announce the launching of The Firefighter, a quarterly magazine produced by PFFPNC. Within The Firefighter, we hope you find compelling content, new trends in the fire service and thought-provoking topics and inspiration. To read The Firefighter, please click the link below. West is everything from western North Carolina to Greensboro down through Charlotte.
By purchasing a concert ticket or voucher, you are enabling us to carry on with the many outstanding projects and other member benefits that are close to the heart of the fire fighters. The money raised through these fundraising concerts goes back into the community as fire fighters participate in the following programs: