2018 Vendor Application: Information and Guidelines
Vendor Spaces Available for Fire It Up!
Spaces available at $50 (10' x 10')
Please review all four parts of the online form below, enter your information and click the "SUBMIT" button at the end of this form to acknowledge your understanding of and agreement with the vendor guidelines.
Part 1: Vendor Application
Part 2: Conditions and Guidelines
Part 3: General Release and Waiver of Liability
Part 4: Payment (to be completed after review and approval of your application.)
About the Fire Family Foundation
Fire Family Foundation is committed to providing financial assistance to fire families in need, scholarships, and financial education while supporting fire charities nationwide. Firefighters are in service to all of our communities. They show up when we need assistance, generally in some of our most vulnerable times. Through medical emergencies, fires, and national disasters, we depend upon firefighters to help us. We believe in helping them and their families to the extent possible during their times of need. The Foundation is committed to these men and women who unselfishly give so much of themselves, often at great risk and impact to family life.
Fire Family Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, the charitable hand of Firefighters First Credit Union. Contributions are tax deductible. Tax ID # 36-4613248.
Established in 2008,
Board of Directors
Chair: Dixie Abramian
Council of Champions
About the African American Firefighter Museum
AAFFM opened its doors as a Museum on December 13, 1997. The dedication of the Museum also served as the acknowledgement of what was believed to be the city’s first 100 years of service by African American Firefighters (1897-1997). The museum’s purpose is to promote diversity and to stand up for inequality against all races and genders. Today the AAFFM stands as the first and so far the only free standing African American Firefighter Museum in the United States. The first floor contains vintage fire apparatus, stories and pictures of pioneering African American Los Angeles Firefighters. The Museum gallery is located on the second floor with pictures, artifacts and other memorabilia of African American Firefighters from around the country. There is a memorial moving tribute to the firefighters that perished during the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center in New York City.
The African American Firefighter Museum is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) charitable organization. Contributions are tax deductible.
Board of Directors
President: Michelle Banks
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