Grand Chute, WI. – Grassroots political organization Firefighters & EMS Fund provided vital funding and resources to the Grand Chute Professional Firefighters Local 3655 ahead of the election on November 3rd, where voters decided whether or not the fire department should hire nine additional firefighter/paramedics.
With board members who come from Wisconsin, Firefighters and EMS Fund was honored to give back to the community they call home.
The local chapter of International Association of Firefighters said in a statement:
“On behalf of Grand Chute Professional Firefighters Local 3655, the Grand Chute Fire Department and the community of Grand Chute we would like to acknowledge your participation in the positive outcome of the 9 firefighter/paramedic referendum. With your generous help we were able to provide the community of Grand Chute the proper information through mailers, social media posts and yard signs.
There is no doubt that with your help we were able to reach so many more residents with information for them to make a proper and informed decision concerning the referendum. The positive feedback from the community is directly associated with your assistance and willingness to help smaller locals who may not have a marketing team, or the resources needed to run a campaign.
Thank you for all that you have done for the community of Grand Chute as well as for every other community you have provided assistance to. We are beyond thankful and humbled at your generosity.”
Firefighters & EMS Fund is a grassroots political organization that works within the political process to support firefighters and other first responders. Their mission is to support ballot initiatives and work to elect political leaders at the state and local level that understand our firefighters’ and public safety officers’ interests.
For more information, visit fireemsfund.wpengine.com
Firefighters & EMS Fund is a national political organization organized under Section 527 of the IRS Tax Code. Contributions made to Firefighters & EMS Fund are not tax-deductible. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
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