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Supporting First Responders in Clay County

We are a community backed initiative helping the personnel who embody our local law enforcement, fire-rescue and emergency management teams in Clay County.

Who We Serve

Fire/Rescue Service

Law Enforcement


911 Telecommunications

Fire/Arson Investigators


Flight Medics

Retirees, Recruits, Cadets

Family Members


Get Involved


We are a not-for-profit fund that benefits First Responders and their families in our Clay County community.

Community Leaders

We are recognized and endorsed by leaders of First Responder organizations in Clay County.

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Each Year...

between 140-160 officers die in the line of duty in the United States (source, Concerns of Police Survivors). Thousands more law enforcement officers are injured on the job annually while serving their communities. Sadly, our firefighters face a similar fatality rate as there were 135 on-duty deaths in 2021 (65 due to COVID exposure and 70 non-COVID).  While improvements have been made in the level of response to these tragedies, there can always be immediate crisis needs that arise right after a tragedy – requests for help that can fall through the cracks and go unmet if funds and a set legal process is not already in place.

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