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The Fire Fighters Charity

To be a firefighter takes bravery, passion and a multitude of skills. Firefighters have the courage to sacrifice their own lives to save others.

 Despite their outstanding abilities and bravery, thousands of firefighters are injured every year. The Fire Fighters Charity exists to support those firefighters who are affected. The award-winning charity that is situated in three locations across the UK offers a range of therapy and recuperation services. Their new Beneficiary Support Services provide solutions to real life problems as well as offering local and remote assistance to people in need across the nation.

The Fire Fighters Charity is an incredibly inspirational charity, providing support for the heroes of this world. We have had the honour to work with the charity in creating a co-branded website that allows people who have lost a loved one to create their own dedication. The website also allows additional tribute pages to be added, featuring anecdotes, stories and personal words that can be shared with others as a celebration of a loved ones life through memories.

This heartfelt dedication is written by a friend of a gentleman who sadly passed away in 2009;

2 days ago I had a dream and Paul popped up into it (only for a few seconds) so I woke up thinking I wonder what ever happened to Paul Fletcher! So last night when I had a few mins I Googled “Paul Fletcher Isle of Wight”….I started to read what popped up and thought that this must be the wrong Paul Fletcher. I then clicked onto the article and saw the photo and I burst into tears!! It was him. I can not believe it” continue reading

This touching dedication shows just how precious memories are, as well as how successful this website is in making re-connections, and how we can help and reach out to people wherever they are in the world.

If you would like to make your own dedication or find out more, you can do so here

 

IW Fire and Rescue present smoke alarms to Chernobyl children. Showing off her skills as a firefighter is Natalia Nesterovich, 14, with firefighter Paul Fletcher

IW Fire and Rescue present smoke alarms to Chernobyl children. Showing off her skills as a firefighter is Natalia Nesterovich, 14, with firefighter Paul Fletcher

Polly BolithoThe Fire Fighters Charity
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