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Fire Foundation Inaugural Newsletter

Welcome to the Greater Tucson Fire Foundation inaugural newsletter!
Click below to read our newsletter online.

9 Mar

The Chairman’s Report March 2017

The Greater Tucson Fire Foundation has published the March 2017 Chairman’s Report.


We must wish Chief Jonathan McMahon congratulations, thank you and best of luck as he leaves the Fire Foundation Board of Trustees and Tucson to become the Fire Chief in College Station

Finances: The Foundation continues

6 Mar

From the NPFA journal – we drove like crazy

In a recent article from the magazine of the National fire Protection Associations, there’s a great article about the way firefighting has changed though the years since the launch of the Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program.

This is very much related to what the Fire

1 Mar

Building Awareness in the Greater Tucson Area and Far Beyond.

The Greater Tucson Fire Foundation is taking the lead to build awareness for the heath needs of our firefighting community. We’re helping to spread the word and set a new standard in healthcare and wellness.

7 Dec

Counseling, Support, and Suicide Prevention Services

The Foundation and it’s partners provide real time real time crises support and counseling to support our firefighters who are suffering from stress related ailments or PTSD.

7 Dec

Peer Fitness & Firefighting Preparedness

Our peer fitness and group preparation programs help minimize on the job injuries and improve long term health.

7 Dec

Cardiac Health & Cancer Prevention

The No. 1 killer of firefighters is cardiovascular disease. In fact, heart disease is responsible for nearly 50% of on-duty firefighter deaths according to a 2007 study by Dr. Stefanos N. Kales of Harvard Medical School.

Research also found that first responders are 300 times more likely

7 Dec

U.S Surgeon General Talks about Tucson Fire Foundation

The 17th Surgeon General of the United States, the esteemed Richard Carmona, M.D., M.P.H., FACS, had some great works about our very own Mike McKendrick!

Dr. Carmona said the following:  “Chief Mike McKendrick and the Tucson Fire Foundation have united Southern Arizona firefighters while addressing their unmet health

25 Nov

First Responders Talk Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Greater Tucson Fire Foundation is focused on improving PTSD related symptoms. We’re excited to share an article published by by KVOA news channel 4

Read the story here

25 Nov

Make A Legacy Gift & Share Your Passion

Learn more about how you make an impact on our organization and community for years to come with a Legacy Gift.  To learn more about giving options, contact Mike McKendrick.

25 Nov