#GIVINGTUESDAY: Help make a difference in First Responders mental health
Did you know as many as ⅓ of our nation’s first responders are currently experiencing the effects of a Post Traumatic Stress Injury? As a result, an increasing number of First Responders are taking their own lives every year. The NFRF is dedicated to building and refining our programs and services to help our nation’s heroes. We're asking you to help support our mission by donating.
Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of radical giving. Created in 2012, it has grown into a year-round global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.
On behalf of the NFRF team and the First Responders we serve, we are inviting you to join the movement and to help support our programs and services. We are asking you to help us help more First Responders in 2022. Please help us raise our goal of $300,000 so we can continue to save the lives of those who save ours.
First Responders are there for us on our worst days.
Our mission is to be there for them on theirs.
The National First Responders Fund is a financial resource organization dedicated to First Responder programs and training to address awareness and recovery from work-related Post Traumatic Stress Injuries (PTSI). The NFRF is a bridge between private donors and the financial needs of First Responders relating to the Post Traumatic Stress Injuries they sustain on the job.
OUR NATIONAL REACH IS GROWING DAILY
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