Allergan and USFRA have partnered to Refresh the eyes of our Law Enforcement and Fire-Rescue heroes! Contact us for more information on how you can score a donation of Refresh Eye Drops for your firehouse or police station. Join the Refresh America program today!!
U.S. First Responders Association is a 501c3 non-profit, professional and social network of firefighters, EMS, rescue, police officers, military and civilian support teams.
The purpose of the United States First Responders Association shall be to advance the profession of fire, emergency, police and military services through proactive community leadership, education, advocacy, policy, procedure, and guidelines that would best help our emergency services provide aid to the citizens of the United States and worldwide.
USFRA.org brings together personnel from many diverse fields where they can share their knowledge and expertise as well as form a closer bond of fellowship between its members with our focus primarily on: Training, Tactics, Safety, Education and community outreach.
Our Ongoing Mission:
Involvement in the USFRA’s activities offers Members many benefits:
Current USFRA Committees are:
Our Proposed Programs:
**Currently undergoing committee approval.
DISCLOSURE: If you would like to help our organization by doing a fundraiser using our name, acronym, trademark or logo, or if you are with another organization and want to reference your support of USFRA.org in your organization’s materials, please keep the following in mind: Our organization has developed a proprietary interest in its name, acronym, trademark and logo, and all uses of same require our prior approval. Please submit your proposals or requests in writing to our national office to the attention of: Corporate Fundraising Support, USFRA.org, . Any unauthorized use of our name, acronym, trademark or logo can result in legal action. Only our national office can give consent, so please receive permission first.
Who Should Join USFRA.org?
USFRA.org consists of a myriad of professionals in the first responder community:
Last updated by Cam Mitchell Nov 6, 2017.