Rather than just let you read what it’s like to be an Erie County Volunteer Firefighter, we thought it would be better to show you through these videos:
Your Local VFD Wants to Draft YOU!
This is no game. But we’ll train you for any emergency.
There’s a big difference between virtual and reality.
Get REAL: Fight fires. Save lives. Volunteer Today!
Elevate Your Game!
Firefighting is no game but you can elevate yours! Take your game to the next level by volunteering today!
60 Second Version: Elevate Your Game!
30 Second Version: Elevate Your Game!
Fire is Everyone’s Fight!
Our volunteer firefighters teamed up to share important fire safety messages along with the call to action to join us today. Check out these :30 sec. spots that appeared on WBBZ-TV.
Complete Set of Firefighter IDs:
Michelle Clemente – Armor Volunteer Fire Co.
Jessica and Nicole Dispenza – East Aurora Volunteer Fire Dept.
Aimee Hecht – Getzville Volunteer Fire Co.
Courtney Jasinski – Winchester Volunteer Fire Co.
Josh Kranz – Big Tree Volunteer Fire Co.
Bill Miles – Tonawanda Fire Dept.
David Morales – Getzville Volunteer Fire Co.
Ida Skinner – East Aurora Volunteer Fire Dept.
iVolunteerFIRE.org is proud to be the official sponsor of the airing of syndicated replays of the popular 1970’s Fire/Rescue TV Series Emergency! at 5pm every weekday on WBBZ-TV in Buffalo NY. Here our volunteers promoting our sponsorship:
Jennie Hauser – Lancaster Volunteer Fire Dept.
Kevin Hoffner – Bellevue Volunteer Fire Co.
Kelsey Hinterberger – Ellicott Creek Volunteer Fire Co.
Brandon Kuczmarski – Bellevue Volunteer Fire Co.
Corey Metzger – Harris Hill Volunteer Fire Co.
Chelsea Neaverth – Hillcrest Volunteer Fire Co.
Josh Taylor – Newton Abbott Volunteer Fire Co.
Fire 20/20: “Why I Chose Fire!”
ECC Football Spot:
“In football and in firefighting, drafting the right players is key to the success of your team.”
With You We Can Be Stronger!
That’s the message of our newest :30 sec. volunteer firefighter recruitment spot to air soon on WBBZ-TV.
We’re Erie County Volunteer Firefighters.
More than 5,000 Strong.
With You We Can Be Stronger!
Watch the video. Volunteer!
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be a volunteer firefighter or emergency medical technician like the more than 5,000 strong Erie County Volunteer Firefighters already serving, contact your local volunteer fire department, complete our inquiry form, call our recruitment hotline at 716.601.3021 or send us an email to iVolunteerFIRE@erie.gov today.
iVolunteerFIRE.org: Happy Holidays!
FASNY: Helping the community
FASNY: A whole new family
FASNY: Public Perception
FASNY: Real life experience
FASNY: Adventure of a lifetime
FASNY: Is there a Fire In You?
Roll With It! — Become an EMS Volunteer:
Firefighter 1 Boot Camp – Car Fires:
A Day in the Life:
Cee-Lo Green Thank You to Firefighters:
Learn more about joining the volunteer fire service by contacting your local volunteer fire department, completing our simple contact form, by calling our Erie County Volunteer Firefighter Hotline at 716.601.3021 or by sending an email to iVolunteerFIRE@erie.gov.
In Genesee County:
Click here to learn more about volunteering in Fire/EMS by visiting Get FIRED Up Genesee!