Firefighters Need Your Help on Give to the Max Day

Minnesota’s annual giving holiday is Thursday, Nov. 17, but you don’t have to wait to support your local firefighters! From now through Nov. 17, visit the MnFIRE GiveMN page and make a donation to help protect the health and well-being of firefighters across the state.

Firefighters continue to face alarming rates of cardiovascular disease, emotional trauma and cancer, but there is hope. We’re equipping firefighters and the people who care about them with critical resources to address this growing health crisis. Firefighter futures across the state have been forever changed because of MnFIRE and the Hometown Heroes Assistance Program, and your gift can help us keep the momentum going!

If you give $75 or more this Give to the Max, you will receive a free MnFIRE mug or hat as a thank-you gift from us. And if you give $200 or more, you will receive a free MnFIRE blanket – perfect for cozying up now that winter is here. All of us here at MnFIRE and firefighters across the state appreciate your support!

 

“The support, resources, encouragement and how much they care and stay engaged will be uplifting even in your darkest hours,” Captain William Ewald of the St. Bonifacius Fire Department said about MnFIRE. “It’s a tremendous and valuable resource we all need to use.”

Your gift this week will make a difference in the lives of Minnesota’s 20,000 firefighters – protecting them from cardiac, emotional trauma and cancer by ensuring they receive life-saving services such as free health and wellness trainings, critical illness benefits, mental health provider visits and more. That means happy, healthy and productive lives and careers for firefighters and their families.

Together, let’s continue protecting the health of our hometown heroes! Give at givemn.org/MnFire.

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NEW at the 2023 Firefighter Health Forum: Training for fire service spouses and significant others!

Take part in an educational track expressly designed to give you the tools, skills and perspective needed to make smart decisions about your family’s physical and mental health. Learn how to best support the health and well-being of your loved one – and navigate potential issues that can arise when you have a firefighter in your family. Register at: mnfireinitiative.com/firefighter-health-forum/

Don't want to attend alone? Have your firefighter partner register for another one of our tracks and make a weekend out of it at Grand Casino Mille Lacs!
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NEW at the 2023 Firefighter Health Forum: Training for fire service spouses and significant others!

Take part in an educational track expressly designed to give you the tools, skills and perspective needed to make smart decisions about your family’s physical and mental health. Learn how to best support the health and well-being of your loved one – and navigate potential issues that can arise when you have a firefighter in your family. Register at: https://mnfireinitiative.com/firefighter-health-forum/

Dont want to attend alone? Have your firefighter partner register for another one of our tracks and make a weekend out of it at Grand Casino Mille Lacs!

Support is all around you with the Hometown Heroes Assistance Program.

No matter where you are in Minnesota, if you're a firefighter (volunteer, paid-on-call, part-time or full-time), you can access free benefits like an up-to-$20,000 Critical Illness insurance policy, confidential mental health counseling and ongoing health and wellness training. Learn more at mnfireinitiative.com/hhap/.
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Support is all around you with the Hometown Heroes Assistance Program. 

No matter where you are in Minnesota, if youre a firefighter (volunteer, paid-on-call, part-time or full-time), you can access free benefits like an up-to-$20,000 Critical Illness insurance policy, confidential mental health counseling and ongoing health and wellness training. Learn more at https://mnfireinitiative.com/hhap/.

Your gift this Give to the Max Day will make a real impact on the lives of your local hometown heroes, providing them with the tools they need to prioritize and protect themselves against cardiac issues, emotional trauma and cancer.

Thank you for supporting them today at www.givemn.org/Mnfire! #GTMD22
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Your gift this Give to the Max Day will make a real impact on the lives of your local hometown heroes, providing them with the tools they need to prioritize and protect themselves against cardiac issues, emotional trauma and cancer. 

Thank you for supporting them today at https://www.givemn.org/Mnfire! #GTMD22

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Minnesota firefighters need your help on Give to the Max Day! #GTMD22

If you donate $75 or more today to help us reach our $10,000 goal, we'll send you a MnFIRE mug or winter hat! Give $200 or more and you'll receive a cozy MnFIRE blanket as a special thank-you for supporting Minnesota firefighter health!

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Minnesota firefighters need your help on Give to the Max Day! #GTMD22

If you donate $75 or more today to help us reach our $10,000 goal, well send you a MnFIRE mug or winter hat! Give $200 or more and youll receive a cozy MnFIRE blanket as a special thank-you for supporting Minnesota firefighter health!

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