Through the generosity of a grant from the United Way of Dallas’ ‘North Texas Cares’ the Dallas Firefighter’s Museum was able to turn supply needs into reality for Dallas Fire-Rescue. The Dallas Firefighter’s Museum is fortunate that most members of the department support the Museum through generous monthly donations. We rely on this funding to maintain our Museum operations and enhance fire prevention and all-hazards life safety programming that is provided to the community.
Through the generosity of Thanks-Giving Foundation’s “Serving Up Gratitude”, we were able to feed all our Dallas Fire-Rescue in a three-day period. The backbone of our community’s safety is our First Responders. This includes Firefighters who work tirelessly each day to protect us from harm and take care of us when we are in danger. So, it was an easy decision to assist Thanks-Giving Foundation in coordinating an effort to feed all of Dallas Fire-Rescue (DFR) in a three-day
Wyndham Garden Hotel Dallas Partners to Provide First Responders with Hotel Rooms During Pandemic During the pandemic North Texas First Responders put themselves at risk, and when they go home, they put their families at risk for infection of COVID-19. The Dallas Firefighter’s Museum announced that Board President and Battalion Chief Trixie Lohrke spoke with Zach Warren the hotel manager at the Wyndam Garden Dallas North off of Stemmons Freeway about their supporting of First