Fire Family Foundation Offers Help for Victims of So Cal Fires

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Photo by Andrea Booher/FEMA

Photo by Andrea Booher/FEMA

Fire Family Foundation is offering assistance to those affected by the raging fires that are burning in Southern California. Fire began on Tuesday, in San Diego, and the later in the evening in Santa Barbara County. On Wednesday, fires also burned in Long Beach in the area of the Los Cerritos Wetlands.

Mike Mastro, Fire Family Foundation Chair explains, “Fire Family Foundation is offering help to anyone in need as a result of the damage and ruin of these three fires. Those in harm’s way and those who serve to fight the fire are impacted. Devastation of any kind creates a sense of loss and tragedy, and that’s why Fire Family Foundation steps up to offer a helping hand.” 

Assistance to firefighters and fire victims is available by contacting the Foundation at its toll free number – (888) 5-FFF-GIVE.

To make a donation to the Foundation, visit The Foundation delivers direct support for victims so donors can be assured that donations to the Foundation will be directed to victims of tragic incidents and to the families of the fallen firefighters.

Fire Family Foundation, a non-profit organization, bridges the divide between disaster and new beginnings, answering the call for both firefighters and fire victims when lives have been devastated by fire. Fire Family Foundation was founded by Firefighters First Credit Union formed in 1935 which serves full-time, paid professional firefighters and their families throughout the State of California. Formed in 2008, the Foundation delivers compassion with a focus on services benefitting those whose lives have been affected by tragedy.

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