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In 2002, an estimated 2,490 children age 14 or younger were injured or killed in residential fires. Fifty-six percent of child fire casualty deaths were under the age of 5.

Fires and burns were the third leading cause of unintentional fatal injuries to children age 14 or younger in 2002. They were the third leading cause of unintentional injuries to infants and the 12th overall cause of unintentional injuries to children age 14 or younger, accounting for 121,000 injuries in 2002.
Dear Fire Fighter Supporters:

I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and everyone who is supporting us through the purchase of ticket/vouchers to our family oriented events. Please be assured that our firefighters and the community they serve will benefit from your support.

Our members are employed by the city of Hendersonville. Our organization represents the Hendersonville Firefighters Association and operates as a separated entity separate from the city.

We are not a charity but a licensed non-profit Professional Organization. Therefore your ticket/voucher purchase is not tax deductible as a charitable contribution on your federal income tax.

It is because of your support that we are able to carry on with the many outstanding programs. Once again we offer you our deepest appreciation.

Jeffrey S. Bush, President

Hendersonville Fire Fighters Safety Programs

American Red Cross of Middle Tennessee Disaster Relief Fund: including Sumner and Robertson Counties to help families who have been devastated by house fires and other disasters.

Camp Phoenix: Summer camp for paediatric burn victims.

Christmas for Kids: Providing gifts for children during the holiday season

Home Safe: an organization that provides assistance and counselling to the victims of domestic violence.

Maintaining a Burn Relief Fund: To help families in the City of Hendersonville who have been devastated by house fires and who have no insurance.

Assist Members Of Our Public Safety Community: When tragedy befalls them.

The Tennessee Professional Fire Fighters Association: Is an association that supports professional Fire Fighters throughout the state of Tennessee.

The firefighters work on these programs while off duty and do not receive payment.  Their goal is to cut down on the accidents and deaths caused by fire.  Perhaps with your support, they will achieve this goal.

We are proud to present our annual show  starring
Thompson Square
October 12th @ 7 pm.
Located @ The Nashville Municipal Auditorium