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Your gift makes our community safer.

When you donate to Ft. Ellis Fire/Rescue through the Fort Ellis Rural Fire Corporation, you help ensure that our volunteers have quality, reliable equipment to work with and the training and skills it takes to keep your family safe during an emergency. Your tax-deductible gift helps the department purchase emergency equipment and provide top-notch training opportunities for our volunteers.  

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Keeping your family safe

Thank you for your interest in supporting Fort Ellis Fire/Rescue. Since 1969, our department has been providing emergency response to our district. Our 100% volunteer department relies on the generosity of our neighbors to keep our firefighters safe, well-equipped, and well-trained so they can respond to local emergencies with the professionalism and customer care you expect. We take pride in our work in the community and appreciate the support of our neighbors.

 Volunteer Chris Wood demonstrates the use of a FLIR thermal imaging camera, which was donated by the local company this year. 

Volunteer Chris Wood demonstrates the use of a FLIR thermal imaging camera, which was donated by the local company this year. 

quality equipment

From low-angle rescue rigging to breathing apparatus, fire departments rely on their equipment to gain access to victims in hazardous locations. Your donation to Fort Ellis Fire/Rescue helps us purchase the highest-quality equipment, so that when an emergency occurs we can respond quickly and effectively.

 Firefighters exit the "burn house" at Cody Fire School - a fire training academy in Wyoming that prepares firefighters for the hazardous conditions of structure firefighting.

Firefighters exit the "burn house" at Cody Fire School - a fire training academy in Wyoming that prepares firefighters for the hazardous conditions of structure firefighting.

Top-notch training

Over the course of just one year, each Fort Ellis Firefighter attends over 150 hours of training in structure firefighting, wildland tactics, extrication, EMS, and countless other disciplines. Your gift to our department helps purchase state of the art training equipment and resources to keep our volunteers on the cutting edge of emergency rescue techniques and tactics.