Asheville Fire Fighters Association Local 332
Learning From Experience
Fire Safety and Prevention are among the top priorities from the proceeds from our benefit concerts. The goal is to create a safer place to live and raise our families in Asheville and the Western North Carolina region.
Teaching The Next Generation
Fire Escape is a week-long program for area junior high students who are interested in potentially becoming fire fighters. Youth learn how to extinguish small fires, operate a water hose and, in full turnout gear, complete an obstacle course. Thanks to support from you, Asheville Fire Fighters are the No. 1 sponsor of the program.
The Asheville Fire Fighters Association represents the professional fire fighters of Asheville and has been proudly serving our community since 1946. We have made saving lives and property our lifelong profession and are asking the community to stand behind our efforts. In order to raise funds for our educational and safety programs, we are hosting a benefit concert featuring Sister Hazel with songs like "All For You" "Champagne High" and "Change Your Mind". The concert will be held Friday, April 7th at 8:00 pm at the US Cellular Center.
By purchasing tickets for our event, you are helping to support our many outstanding programs in Asheville and Western North Carolina. These include:
The Fire Fighters of our nation have one of the most hazardous occupations in terms of death and injury. Working with our citizens of Asheville and Buncombe County, perhaps we can change these statistics.
With the help of our friends in the community, we hope to make Asheville and Western North Carolina a safer place to live and raise our families.
Asheville Fire Fighters Association
AFFA Fire Safety Programs
Our benefit concerts help fund and support different facets of fire fighting, fire and safety education and victim support. Over the years, your donations have helped purchase a fire safety trailer, which teaches elementary school children fire safety; smoke detectors for the elderly and low-income families whom otherwise wouldn't have them in their homes; and coloring books for second graders that encourage fire safety.
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