FIRE PREVENTION &
The Cincinnati Fire Foundation
Chartered in 2008, the Cincinnati Fire Foundation strives to enrich the local community. The CFF works with both citizens and local firefighters to assist with education, volunteerism, and acquiring necessary, life-saving equipment for both citizens and firefighters alike. We seek to equip our community for success and honor those who risk their lives daily.
The mission of the Cincinnati Fire Foundation (CFF) is to support the Cincinnati Fire Department (CFD), as well as other fire/rescue departments and other incorporated public safety organizations in the Greater Cincinnati, Ohio area.
The Cincinnati Fire Foundation has received funding from public and private foundations, corporations, and individuals.
The CFF is an independent corporation. The foundation was chartered in 2008 in the State of Ohio as a not-for-profit corporation and is recognized as exempt under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Who We Are
The Cincinnati Fire Foundation is an independent corporation. The foundations was chartered in 2008 in the State of Ohio as a not-for-profit corporation and is recognized as exempt under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The corporation is non-political in nature and exists to provide effective support to the mission and morale of fire departments and public safety organizations within the tri-state area. An independent Board of Directors manages the affairs of the Cincinnati Fire Foundation.
Barry Evans founded the Cincinnati Fire Foundation in 2008. Since then, the amount of projects and initiatives we have accomplished to support the Cincinnati Fire Department as well as other area fire/rescue departments is remarkable. Barry’s vision, leadership, and dedication to the CFF still guides us in how we operate today. We are a stronger organization because of his inspiration, and for that we thank him immensely.