Educational Program FAQs
Visit our online request form to submit your request 30 days before your event. Our online request form can be found here.
Currently we offer volunteer opportunities with our Community Emergency Response Team. More information can be found on the CERT webpage (link to internal page for CERT).
Metro Fire does not offer financial sponsorships. But we do offer Firehouse Dinners to eligible non-profit organizations as a raffle prize to help raise money at their events.
Metro Fire has two stations with community rooms that are available for use by the community. Visit our Community Rooms page for more information.
Metro Fire receives requests from the community about how they can donate to things like fallen firefighter support groups, fire victims, and other causes. Metro Fire does not support or endorse any particular charity or group. We encourage community members to research and make a donation to a group of their choosing.
At times of crisis such as disasters and major fires, Metro Fire focuses our attention to the emergency response to those fires. If Metro Fire is participating in a donation drive, we will publish that information on our social media pages such as Facebook and Twitter.
Metro Fire recommends the websites www.charitynavigator.com and www.charitywatch.org to help members of the public feel confident in the charity they are choosing to support.
If you have any questions, you can email us at email@example.com.