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IAFF Local 1739 represents the 35 professional fire fighters that protect the citizens and guests of the Town of Ridgefield, CT.
This is the official web site of the Ridgefield Professional Fire Fighters IAFF Local 1739. Please feel free to browse around the public areas of the web site. View our photo gallery, learn about our local, or sign our guest book by clicking on the options in the left column or reading the articles below. Members and retirees of Local 1739 will need to log in to the web site to access the information listed under Member Resources.
The Boys & Girls Club of Ridgefield identified many families (within its membership network), who desperately need support this holiday season. “Now more than ever, our community needs help buying toys and essential clothing items for growing children,” said Mike Flynn, CEO of the Boys and Girls Club of Ridgefield. “We provide youth development opportunities and programs to more than 3000 children annually (grades 1- 12), in the greater Ridgefield community. The Club is a home away from home and a place for young people to find their passions and develop into responsible, productive and caring citizens.”
This inaugural holiday gift giving event offers everyone an opportunity to help families in need. “Due to safety concerns, the Ridgefield Fire Department had to limit the scope of our annual Fire Truck Santa event. Sadly, that means less funds we’ll be able to put back into the community this year,” said Captain Tony Cerulli. “We created this virtual gift giving event to complement our holiday fundraising efforts - now everyone can participate from the safety of their own homes.”
- BUY GIFT(S): Click here to review the Google Excel sheet and initial purchased items and strike through the row indicating the gift is enroute.
All new and unwrapped gifts can be shipped to:
Boys and Girls Club of Ridgefield (41 Governor Street in Ridgefield, CT 06877).
- DONATE: Alternatively, you can make a donation by CLICKING HERE TO DONATE. 100% of the funds will be distributed to the Boys & Girls Club of Ridgefield.
‘Tis the season of giving. “Many more families are struggling to pay bills and put food on the table this year. This makes buying holiday gifts for children an impossible task. Our goal is to ensure that every child in our community has at least one present to open this holiday season,” said event organizer, Sarah Motta “Afterall, giving, hope, love, goodwill and cheer are some of the feelings that embody the spirit of Christmas.”
This charitable holiday gift giving event begins on November 27 and ends on December 18, 2020. Gifts will be distributed to families by December 22.
"Safe at Home" Activity Book
RFD vs DFD Charity Hockey Game 2013 4th Annual Charity Hockey Game
Saturday March 12th, 2016 at 3 PM Winter Garden Ice Arena 111 Prospect Ridge, Ridgefield, CT 06877 Come cheer on the Ridgefield Firefighters in our 4th Annual Charity Hockey Game vs. NYC Department of Corrections "Boldest" hockey team. Suggested donation of $5 goes to support many worthy causes via the Ridgefield Professional Firefighters Charitable Fund.