"Helping one person might not change the world, but it could change the world for one person" - Anonymous
The Northshore Fire Fund works on fundraising and collecting donations to support purchases of equipment and supplies for the Northshore Fire Protection District. There is just not enough funds in their budget to cover the cost of operations and the high costs of continuing to drive improvements in necessary equipment and technology needed to keep Northshore on the leading edge.
Our Northshore Fire Protection District and Firefighters serve all of our Northshore communities and handle more than 3,300+ incidents a year. They show up everyday to respond to medical emergencies, vehicle accidents, hazardous conditions, house fires, wildland fires, and severe weather situations. Our Northshore Fire are an all-risk emergency response agency that need our support to help with their own personal safety, new or improved protective gear and equipment, and modern training and technologies.
Be Informed & Be Ready
The Northshore Fire Fund will provide regular communications and awareness to the public about fire prevention, emergency preparedness, defensible space, home safety, and much more.
In addition, the Northshore Fire Protection District firefighters will continue to be involved in the community and engage in training and educational workshops. We are all in this together and there is so much that we can accomplish working together for the same goals.
A perfect example of this is our now annual Northshore Ready Fest in Lucerne, where we have fun interactive sessions on hands-on CPR, participation with many other prevention and emergency response organizations for a day of education and information.
Pay it forward!
In the Northshore, we have many citizens that desperately need these services and more. Our Fire District has a large geographic territory to cover and this often spreads our teams out from one end of the district to the other. The Northshore response area is 357 square miles along a 47 mile stretch of Hwy. 20 from the Mendocino/Lake to the Colusa/Lake County Line. If you can share kindness by donating to the Northshore Fire Fund this will assist the
NFPD help your family & friends, your neighbors, and the
resilience of the Northshore communities.
All contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. The NFF is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
Tax ID #84-4421992