Our programs support first responder families all across the United States.
No matter what support a first responder family needs, our Foundation is standing by to help the heroes who dedicate their lives to helping others. Our programs include direct financial assistance, mental health support, bereavement grants, college scholarships, and even toys at the holidays.
Mental & Behavioral Health
First Responders Children’s Foundation supports, promotes and facilitates educational activities and programs.
Programs like the NYPD Music Camp, the Gloucester PD Fishing Camp and the Junior First Responders Firefighting Cadet Camp stimulate curiosity, confidence and teach kids the importance of helping others.
FRCF Honored With ‘Humanitarian Action & Services’ Silver Medal in 2nd Annual Anthem Awards
New York, Feb. 28 … First Responders Children’s Foundation (FRCF) today announced that it has won the Humanitarian Action &
FRCF Announces Over One Million Dollars in 2023-’24 Scholarship Grants for Children of U.S. First Responders
First Responders Children’s Foundation (FRCF) today announced that over one million dollars in scholarship grants for the 2023-2024 academic year is now available for the children of first responders across America
The Chris & Libby Julien Revocable Trust Makes Substantial Gift to First Responders Children’s Foundation
FRCF is pleased to announce that the Chris & Libby Revocable Trust has made an $870,000 donation to help fund its work on behalf of the children of first responders across America.
Country Music Star Tyler Hubbard Joins Forces With FRCF To Deliver 2,000 Toys to Children at Nashville’s Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt
Country Music star Tyler Hubbard, First Responders Children’s Foundation, and leading global toy company Mattel teamed up this week to deliver 2,000 toys to children undergoing treatment at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville, the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.
Families of First Responders Lost or Injured in Line of Duty Gather at 21st Annual First Responders Children’s Foundation Thanksgiving Day Parade Breakfast
More than 1,500 people, including children and families of first responders lost or injured in the line of duty from New York and New Jersey, attended the breakfast, along with Mayor Eric Adams; FDNY Assistant Chief Kevin Brennan; NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell; PAPD Superintendent Edward Cetnar; DEA Special Agent in Charge Frank A. Tarentino III, and other dignitaries. Former NYPD Commissioner Daniel Nigro received a special award for his years of service to the City of New York at the event.
‘National First Responders Day’ Gathers Momentum With Proclamations in Support of October 28 Designation Issued by President Biden, 13 U.S. Governors
The nationwide campaign to officially designate October 28 “National First Responders Day” got a major boost on Friday when First Responders Children’s Foundation (FRCF), the organization behind the national effort, requested and received proclamations in favor of the designation from President Joe Biden and 13 governors from around the nation.
How we have helped
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