Help Build Our Memorial.

Fireman Emblem

For six decades, the members of PFFN have dreamed of a fitting memorial for our brothers and sisters who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

Will you help us give back to those who have already given so much?

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Fireman Emblem
RAISED $572,000
REMAINING $290,000

Testimonials from
Grateful Community
Members.

Jonah

“I will never forget your brave deeds. Your efforts gave me new motivation in life, and I will never forget you. Thank you, firefighters!”

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Patty G.

“They came to rescue an elderly friend today. She had fallen in the night and could not get up. She was locked inside her house, on the floor and not able to move. They had to break in and help her up, all of which they did with complete care, dignity and respect. Each and every member of the fire team could not have been a better ambassador for the firefighting profession or our community.”

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Jill

“Thank you. You bravely put your lives at risk and entered the flames to save my partner and children. We know this is your job, but it was so scary. Your efforts will always be remembered. If it weren’t for you, we would have perished. After you saved my life, I wake up every day thanking God for you and for the fact that I am alive.”

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Davron

“When flames engulfed our apartment, it was so scary – we couldn’t figure out where to go. I thought we were going to die, but the way you rushed through the blazing building saved us, you are a true hero. If you hadn’t been so fast, we wouldn’t be alive to tell the tale. To each and every one of you who helped rescue my family, you have my eternal gratitude.”

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Kirk

“After seeing many fire engines at work on the Las Vegas streets, it made me want to express my appreciation for your continued efforts to assist people despite the current difficulties. Thank you for choosing a noble profession.”

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Donna

“It’s possible that my daughter would not be alive today if not for our local firefighters. My daughter has cerebral palsy, has little mobility, and total dependence on her wheelchair and on me. Over the years, 911 would be called for a variety of reasons, at times it would be a medical emergency related to her disability and at other times, if I was out shopping, she would simply fall out of bed, helpless and in need of assistance. Our property includes high walls and gates and firemen would often scale walls to get to her. It’s difficult to find the words to convey my appreciation to so many kind men and women.”

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