Welcome to the Colorado State FireFighters Foundations Page.
The Colorado State Fire Fighter Foundation is established to be a charity whose purpose is to assist Colorado Firefighters and First Responders by undertaking any of the following activities:
- To provide training and education in fire safety, including scholarships for such training, to firefighters and other first responders.
- To raise funds to support the needs of families of injured or fallen firefighters and other first responders in Colorado.
- To raise funds to make grants or scholarships to support the further education of first responders and of family members of injured or fallen firefighters and other first responders in Colorado.
- To educate and promote firefighter safety.
- To engage in such activities as shall be set forth in the Bylaws which will assist in the accomplishment of those purposes immediately aforementioned.
Notice of Telemarketing
The Colorado State Fire Fighters Foundation (CSFFF) is doing telemarketing campaign to raise funds for future fire fighter training and education scholarships, to support training at the annual CSFFA Fire College, and for injured, or fallen fire fighters and families.
These phone calls are from the PB Entertainment group based in Memphis Tennessee. They are the paid solicitors for the CSFFF. We the CSFFF are receiving 25% of the donations directly.
The phone number that we will be calling from is 970-698-8733 and the caller ID will say CSFFF.
If you have questions feel free to contact one of us listed below
CSFFF President – Josh Bobb – 720-201-6117
PB Entertainment – Paul Baca – 954-655-8414
CSFFF Secretary – Chad Wettstein – 970-425-3995
HELPED SO FAR
Departments that we have helped Members
|CSFFA Fire College Scholarships|
|North-West Fire Protection District||$550.00|
|Colorado River Fire||$150.00|
|Holyoke Volunteer Fire Department||$11,000|
|Fleming Volunteer Fire Departement|
|Yuma Volunteer Fire Department|
|North-West Fire Protection District|
|Wages Volunteer Fire Department|
|Merino Volunteer Fire Department|