If an emergency happens, you know they’re here to help.
If your property catches fire or you’re in a car crash, it is the volunteers and career firefighters of Fire and Emergency New Zealand who come running to help.
As soon as that siren goes, they drop what they’re doing and put your safety first.
Behind our tremendous volunteers are another group of community heroes, who get less attention but are vital to Fire and Emergency.
It’s the employers and co-workers who support our volunteers at work, knowing that at any moment they may need to leave and respond to a crisis.
Did you know Fire and Emergency give recognition to the local businesses who support this important work with the Proud Employer mark?
Look out for this mark on businesses in your community or find out which of your local businesses are Proud Employers of Fire and Emergency volunteers here.
And you can show your support for our hardworking fire crews by making a comment on this post – why not share a tribute you would like to make to our firefighters.
Pictured here are four of the 12,000 volunteers who work across the country. Left to right: Marshall (Marsh) Anderson, Jarrad West, Iain Powell, and Marsh’s brother Ti Anderson. All work at Fonterra and volunteer for the local fire brigade.
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Paul and Lesley Askin's family-friendly monthly service will be held at the Ashley Community Church from 4.30 pm, Sunday, 5 December. Masks are encouraged and 1 metre distancing should be observed between people who don't mingle day to day. Remember to scan or sign in and there is currently a limit of 30 people who can be inside the Church when the venue is operating without vaccine passes. This is determined by the size of the space. Check with Paul or Lesley if they don't already know you are coming. Contact details in the attached poster.
39 Canterbury St, Ashley. Remember go before you come as there are no toilet facilities.