American Red Cross Home Fire Campaign

The American Red Cross Home Fire Campaign aims to reduce the number of home fire deaths and injuries by installing free smoke alarms in homes that don’t have them and by educating peole about home fire safety.  The WSCFF encourages locals and individual members to learn more about and volunteer to carry out this important work.  

Bereavement Uniform Program

The Bereavement Dress Uniform Program exists to ensure that every fire fighter is afforded the honor and that every fire fighter’s family has the opportunity to bury their loved one in a dress uniform at no cost to the family. To learn more, to donate, or to get a uniform, call the Lighthouse Uniform Company at 1-800-426-5225.
BUP Manual 2015 

National Police and Fire Foundation

The National Police & Fire Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, headquartered in Battle Ground, Wash. (greater Portland, Ore.). We are registered as a corporation in the State of Washington and duly licensed in each and every state where we assist local departments with fundraising efforts. The NPFF receives funding through private donations from individual police officers and fire fighters, citizens at large, organizations, corporations and other foundations.

Will and Estate Planning

Legal Shield
Robert Critchfield, Morton McGoldrick Attorneys At Law
Clint Morgan, Morgan Hill Law Office

Labor Attorneys

For reference purposes only
The WSCFF has had positive experiences with these attorneys, and cannot officially recommend legal counsel options. Please take the time to thoroughly vet any attorney you choose for representation or counsel.

Snohomish County

Law Office of Dale Wagner, (360) 548-7027 

Thurston County
Dustin Dailey, (Putnam Lieb Potvin Dailey, Attorneys at Law), (360)754-7707 for PTSD intake 360-508-1288

Pierce County
David Snell, (Small, Snell, Weiss & Comfort) (253) 472-2400 

Connor McCarthy, (McCarthy Law Offices) (253) 363-1163 

Clark County
Hamrick Palmer
Doug Palmer, 360-553-0207

Tedesco Law Group
(866) 697-6015 

Kids’ Chance

Kids’ Chance of Washington is a need-based scholarship program for the dependent children and spouses of workers killed or seriously disabled in a workplace accident in Washington. Founded in 2001, it is one of 20 such state organizations helping kids to achieve their desired future.

Washington State Firefighter JATC (Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee)

The JATC promotes fire fighter safety and professional development that can be used for training and educational opportunities for career fire fighters in Washington State.

IAFF Financial Corporation

For those approaching retirement, you may want to register for one of the upcoming – ROADMAP TO RETIREMENT READINESS webinars hosted by the IAFF Financial Corporation and Security Benefit.  Please open this link and scroll down to select a date and register.


Union Plus

Union Plus is a nonprofit organization founded in 1986 by the AFL-CIO to provide unique consumer benefits programs exclusively to union members (current and retired) and their families.

American Income Life

American Income Life Insurance Company is a 100% union insurance company. It provides a group accidental death and dismemberment benefit for all local members at no cost.

National Police and Fire Foundation (NPFF)

The NPFF is a non-profit organization founded to provide memorial websites and donation templates that ensure tax-deductible contributions are properly forwarded to recipients. For more information, visit their site, contact your district representative or the WSCFF office.

Cross Country Mortgage

Cross Country Mortgage  has a partnership with the International Association of Fire Fighters and offers a preferred mortgage savings plan to IAFF members.


DecisionPoint Financial is a fee-only, fiduciary investment and financial planning firm that has focused its practice on the Washington State fire service community for over a decade.  They are currently a 457(b) provider to 12 fire departments in Pierce, Thurston, Kitsap, and King counties.

Firefighters First Credit Union

FirefightersFirst Credit Union Members enjoy competitive rates, fewer fees, and unmatched service.  Visit the website or call Monica Rojas 323-550-2277 to start your membership.

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