ARLINGTON, VA. – Firefighters & EMS Fund has just announced the launch of their newest initiative, the Citizen Advisory Committee, a nationwide project to bolster grassroots efforts to address important issues for first responders on a local level.
“The Citizen Advisory Committee is our latest tool meant to incorporate the voices of our supporters and the public at large into our organizational operations. Through the Citizen Advisory Committee, we can advocate together,” Executive Director Nile Porter commented.
Firefighters & EMS Fund is a grassroots political organization whose mission is to provide a political voice and public advocacy for our nation’s brave firefighters and emergency service personnel at the grassroots level. The organization focuses on a variety of issues and causes, from ballot measures to supporting pro-fire & EMS politicians at the state and local level.
The launch of the Citizen Advisory Committee is the latest project by the organization to fulfill their mission and bring their grassroots supporters from across the nation together in support of firefighters & EMS personnel.
“It is vital that citizens engage in their own communities to support their first responders. While we often think that we need to enact change on a federal or state level to see results, much of the time it’s the local advocacy and engagement that makes the most impact. Our advisory committee will bring people together to do just that,” Mr. Porter continued.
Those interested in participating with us can voice their concerns, engage with our local projects, and provide their point of view of issues affecting fire & EMS services in their local area.
Interested in being a voice for firefighters? Become a member of our Citizen Advisory Committee. Click here to learn more: https://www.fireandemsfund.com/citizen-advisory-committee/
Firefighters and EMS Fund is a national political organization organized under Section 527 of the IRS Tax Code. Contributions are not tax deductible. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
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