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Thank you Local 21 and Firefighters United members! We safely delivered 750 ready to cook Thanksgiving meals for the Saint Paul community! Nice work on a very successful operation.
The generosity of our community stands out in times like these. Your donations for Give to the Max Day will help ensure that our firefighters and EMTs get the support they need from the COVID-19 Support and Relief Fund. Show your support for the Saint Paul Fire community with a donation today.
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IAFF Local 21 would like to recognize and thank all of our Veterans for their service to ensure our safety, security and freedom. Please take a moment today to reflect on the dedication and sacrifice of all of our Veterans.
To our Members, those who await the safe return of a child, spouse, friend, family member, neighbor, colleague, we support you. For those who have served, are currently serving, planning for a future deployment, or grieving the loss of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, you are not alone. We stand with you.
Be safe, be healthy and THANK YOU!The Station 14 apparel store is back open! Submit your order online by Sunday, November 15th for guaranteed delivery before the Holidays. New items include dry fit shorts, shirts, sweat pants and more.Call or text Chris Hornyak (Engine Co. 14, B) at 612.978.1768 with questions.
Jon has been a firefighter on the Minneapolis - Saint Paul Airport Fire Department for almost ten years. On February 27th, 2020, he was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of occupational brain cancer, Glioblastoma. After the diagnosis, Jon sought treatment at the Mayo Clinic and immediately started daily radiation treatment with little to no success in slowing the growth of the tumor. He then tried a round of chemotherapy with little to no positive outcomes.
Jon’s occupational cancer claim was denied by workers comp and now the battle continues in court to get his lost wages and medical expenses covered. He needs the help of the fire service community to get through these difficult times.
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Just in time for the Holidays, order by Sunday, November 15th to get your Saint Paul Firefighter's IAFF Local 21 apparel from HERO247. More apparel options available for both male and female when you visit the online store. Follow the link below to access the online store:
If you have any questions regarding your order please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
All orders shipped direct 3 - 4 weeks after 11/15/2020.
Now – November 13th, the City of Saint Paul will offer employees the opportunity to donate to charity organizations at work – through a one-time gift or via recurring payroll deductions.
The Charitable Fundraising Campaign is a great way for employees to come together for a good cause, and give back. You can give as little as $1 per paycheck. You won’t even notice $1, but it makes a big difference to the charities. Click here, or on the images above to start your pledge.
- It’s Safe. Charities are vetted 501(c)(3) organizations, making big impact in our local communities.
- It’s Easy. Through payroll deduction, employees’ gifts can be spread throughout the year. A few dollars per pay period can make a big difference.
- It’s Personal. Employees can donate to the charities that are meaningful to them.
Consider giving to the Saint Paul Fire Foundation to assist them in promoting your health, wellness, and safety.