Category Community Outreach

It’s time for 2014 OPERATION WARM!

The Oklahoma City Local 157 is thrilled to partner with Operation Warm to donate coats to underprivileged children in the metro area. Providing the gift of warmth to children in the communities they protect, Oklahoma City Firefighters have become ambassadors of Operation Warm.  There are approximately 223,000 children in Oklahoma living in poverty according to

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It’s time to give…

Throughout the year, the OKC Firefighters Local 157 participates in numerous activities aimed at supporting the community. During the holidays, our hearts turn to those families who have fallen on hard times and cannot afford to buy presents for their children. It is because of this need that firefighters assist with the local Tyler Media/Homeland

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2013 Coats for Kids Fundraiser

In addition to selling our “Care Enough to Wear Pink” shirts to raise money for breast cancer awareness, the OKC Firefighters Local 157 have a new project we would like your help to support! The Christian Firefighters began the Oklahoma City Fire Department’s program, “Coats for Kids” in 1990. Since that time, Firefighters, IAFF Local

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Care Enough to Wear Pink Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and your OKC Firefighters Local 157 is helping raise funds to support the over 250,000 women who will be diagnosed with the disease this year. About 1 in 8 (12%) women in the US will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. During the month of October, the Local 157

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