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Hope for Firefighters features live music, delicious meals prepared by over 25 different fire stations throughout the City, fire apparatus and demonstrations, LAFD gift merchandise booths, raffle drawings, prizes, trophies and exciting Firefighter Muster games where more than twenty sponsored teams will compete for trophies & prizes in everything from bucket brigade, firefighter suit-up to an old fashioned hose pull contest. Funds are raised through sponsorship, meal ticket sales, raffle items and the sale of LAFD merchandise.


Mayor Garcetti and the City of Los Angeles, The Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD), Corporate Sponsors and Teams, and thousands of Angelinos will gather for this event, the purpose of which is to honor the firefighters who risk their lives to serve and protect us, and to raise funds for the Los Angeles Firemen's Relief Association's Widows, Orphans and Disabled Firemen's Fund, a valuable 501(c)(3) organization.

The Sound 100.3 Interview

 

LA City Council's Support (click for more)


KTLA's Mary Beth McDade


National Anthem Singer Lea Carranza


 

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2014 FOOD & THEME WINNERS
Best Food: Pulled Pork, Mac & Cheese & Cole Slaw Fire Station 88 & American Technologies, Inc.
Best Dessert: Snow Cones Fire Prevention Bureau Harbor & TRL Systems, Inc.
Best Theme: Anchorman Fire Station 88 & American Technologies

2014 MUSTER TEAM WINNERS
1st Place: Brookfield Team #1
2nd Place: LA Galaxy
3rd Place: Brookfield Team #2

Please Support Our Sponsors
Gold Sponsor 201
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Silver Sponsor 2015

Media Sponsors 2015

Battalion Sponsors 2015

 
 

Task Force Sponsor 2015

Engine Company Sponsors 2015


Emerald City Band
     
     
Councilmembers 2015

Food Booth Sponsors 2015

 
 
 
   

Beverage Booth Sponsors 2015

 

Lane Kemper Muster Team Sponsors 2015


 
 
 
 

Ticket Sponsor 2015

 
 

Host Building Sponsors 2015

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