Thank you for the helping us give back to the community we serve. This past year we were able to donate to the following causes:
Muscular Dystrophy Canada Alberta Firefighters Burn Camp Ronald McDonald House of Southern Alberta Canadian Cancer Society The Family Center Lethbridge Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Global Fire / Global Medic Boys and Girls club of Lethbridge Make-A-Wish Canada Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lethbridge Salvation Army Lethbridge United Way Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation YWCA Harbour House Lethbridge Canyon Church Camp Interfaith Food bank Southern Alberta Youth Camp Little Warriors Habitat For Humanity 5th on 5th Youth Services Prairie Baseball Academy Lethbridge Minor Hockey Lions Club of Southern Alberta - Purina Dog Walk Lethbridge Kyodokan Judo Club Agnes Davidson School Gilbert Patterson Middle School Wilson Middle School Dr. Gerald B. Probe Elementary School Lethbridge Therapeutic Riding Association Wounded Warrior Project Kids Sport HPH - High Performance Hockey University Of Lethbridge Pronghorns Men's Hockey Amazing Kids Staples -
March, 2014 – Little Warriors accepts a $5000 donation from Lethbridge Firefighter’s Charities
Little Warriors is an organization with a national focus that educates adults about how to help prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. For more information please visit their website http://littlewarriors.ca/
August, 2013 – Lethbridge Fire Fighter’s Charities make a $2500 to the local Salvation Army – Emergency Disaster Services.
June 15, 2013 – Lethbridge Fire Fighter’s Charities take part in the Walk for Muscular Dystrophy and donate $5000
Lethbridge Fire Fighter’s Charities donates $2500 to both the Boys and Girls Club of Lethbridge and Big Brothers & Big Sisters of LethbridgeJune 11, 2013- Trever Broadhead, Executive Director at the Boys and Girls Club of Lethbridge accepts a $2500 donation from Jarret Fowler of Lethbridge Fire Fighter’s Charities June 12, 2013- Rick Austin, executive director of Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Lethbridge, accepts a $2500 donation from Jarret Fowler, Greg Kveder, and Ivan Smiljanec of Lethbridge Fire Fighter’s Charities Assocation.
Global Fire receives $2500 donation from Lethbridge Fire Fighters Charities(Brent Nunweiler presents a cheque to Global Fire at #1 Firehall in downtown Lethbridge May.11, 2013)
Global Fire is an zero overhead charity that helps fire departments in developing countries with fire and medical training, medical supplies, search and rescue teams, and fire fighting equipment. Mark Matheson (far right) is a full time firefighter/paramedic with Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services who volunteered with Global Fire in 2012. Mark was deployed to the Philippines and saw first hand how Global Fire can benefit fire departments in less-developed countries.
Lethbridge Fire Fighters Charities Donates to local hospital
February 14, 2013 – Brent Nunweiler represented the Lethbridge Fire Fighter’s Charities Association at the Chinook Regional hospital where he presented a cheque to Kandis Parascak of the Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation. The purpose of the Chinook Regional Hospital Foundation is to raise, receive and to distribute funds for equipment and programs that will enhance patient services and health programs in our community.
Lethbridge Fire Fighters Assist at McHappy Days
Lethbridge Fire Fighters Play Ball for Charity.
IAFF Local 237 Helps out Dallas on Sobey’s Roof Top Camp out
IAFF Local 237 makes a Donation at South Side Sobey’s Hampers of Hope. Dallas was on the roof top to encourage the community to purchase Hampers of Hope that will be distributed to Interfaith Food Bank and Lethbridge Food Bank. During the holiday season, head down to Scenic Sobeys to show your support!
Muscular Dystrophy Walk 2011