Since 1906, during their own times of need, firefighters have entrusted the Los Angeles Firemen’s Relief Association to be there for them and those they leave behind.
Often, the needs of our firefighters are unique in that their profession poses many dangers and consequences. Therefore, the Los Angeles Firemen’s Relief Association offers programs to provide assistance to the firefighters and their families.
The Widows, Orphans & Disabled Firemen’s Fund is the heart of the Relief Association. No dues or membership fees are required, thus benefits all members of the “Fire Department Family” - active, retired, widows, and survivors.
This fund provides assistance to our many firefighters and families who are faced with personal difficulties and tragedies.
Such assistance would be made available through various forms as with grants to provide relief from natural disasters and catastrophic personal crisis, supplemental pension income, durable medical equipment & supplies, and assistance with funerals.
It is during such difficult times when the Fund is able to be a comforting service, to bring peace of mind to the families. The Relief Association and the Fund will provide necessary support and arrangements, so that families are able to concentrate on properly coping, recovering, or grieving without minor distractions.
Firefighters risk their lives to protect the community on a daily basis. Thus, they and their families are comforted in knowing that the “Fire Department Family,” supported by the Widows, Orphans & Disabled Firemen’s Fund is there for them in times of need.
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