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Our Mission is to provide Canteen Services, Rehab Services, Chaplain Services, Administration Services, Grant Writing, School Education on Fire Safety, Community Education on Fire Safety, Disaster Services to Emergency Workers and Communities, Organize Fundraising Initiatives, Assist with Public Relations, Provide Smoke Alarms to Elderly and Low Income Families, Assist Community programs, such as Food Drives, and Toy Collections for Families In Need, Help to improve understanding of specialized Fire/EMS services such as hazardous materials response, Urban Search and Rescue, Water Rescue and etc.

Multi County Fire Corp is a 100% volunteer organization.  We are also a 501C3 organization.

Fire Corps is the key component of Citizen Corps that supports and supplements resource constrained fire and EMS departments through the use of citizen advocates for non-operational activities (we Do Not Fight Fires). Fire Corps provides information to fire departments nationwide on how to implement a citizen advocate program and promote it in their community. Fire Corps is coordinated nationally through a collaborative partnership of the International Association of Fire Chief's Volunteer Combination Officers Section, the International Association of Fire Fighters, the National Volunteer Fire Council, and the U.S. Fire Administration.

Fire and EMS Departments can engage citizens who are interested in assisting the department in a variety of non-operational activities.

We serve the counties of Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Custer, Dewey, Major, Grady and Kingfisher, OK. And provide assistance to 72 Volunteer Fire Departments in Oklahoma.

Citizen advocates who aid departments in non-operational activities allow first responders to focus on their efforts on being prepared for and responding to the most critical, life threatening situations. Everyone can do something to support their local fire and emergency service departments. Multi-County Fire Corps is chartered by the State of Oklahoma as a non-profit organization ... to assist fire departments and emergency service departments in the counties of Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Custer, Dewey, Major, Grady and Kingfisher. But will respond to calls from any other county in the state of Oklahoma. We have responded to calls from the counties of Cleveland and McClain and have assisted 50 departments and over 400 fire fighters with food and water so far in 2011 and 2012, due to the wildfires. We also assisted 23 days straight during the Moore Tornado by providing meals and cleanup.  During the night of the Moore Tornado our advocates was on the ground providing rehab to the emergency workers.  In 2014, we provided rehab on a truck fire shutting the Highway 270 down for 5 hours and we provided rehab for Watermelon Festival in Rush Springs. We look forward to an exciting 2014!

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