ATTN: Clothing Donations

     Instructions    for those who make used clothing contributions at any of our giant white donation boxes:  

To obtain a tax deduction receipt form, please send an email to jmora@bethesdafire.org with your 1. name, 2. complete address, 3. date of contribution, 4. location of contribution ("box at Station # _" or "box at Democracy Station") and 5. best way to contact you.

Thank you for your donation and cooperation.

Avoid Grill Fires!

    Don't Cook More Than You Planned..

Avoid Grill Disasters!  

 from May 23, 2013 Washington Post article by Jura Koncius

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 Avoid Grill Fires

Cost Effective Service

Montgomery County Volunteer Fire Departments save taxpayers more than $23 million each year.

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Providing Cost Effective Public Safety

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Please view Bethesda Fire Department's events at http://www.bethesdafdmd.com/

Upcoming Events
Every 3rd Tuesday
5:30pm - 7:30pm

Executive Committee Meeting
Every 1st Thursday
5:30pm

Board Meeting
Every 3rd Tuesday
5:30pm - 7:30pm

AMF Committee Meeting
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Bethesda Fire Department, Inc.
6600 Wisconsin Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD  20815

Non-Emergency:

301-652-5602

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 Serving the Greater Bethesda – Chevy Chase Community Since 1926.

 
     The Bethesda Fire Department, Inc. (BFD) helps save lives three ways in cooperation with Montgomery County’s Fire and Rescue Services and with thanks for your tax-deductible contributions.  
  • BFD's resources and expertise augment the equipment, maintenance and general care of County professional firefighters who operate from BFD three fire stations. 
  • We encourage fire prevention through education and service. Our classic 1926 American LaFrance Engine, BFD's first pumper, livens up community events.
  • BFD, a 501c3 organization  , owns and maintains three fire stations. Station 6, BFD headquarters, is at the prominent corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Bradley Boulevard. Station 26 sits along Democracy Boulevard next to I270. Station 20 is on Old Georgetown Road at Cedar Lane. 
     BFD is led by a volunteer community-based board of directors. Most board members represent residential constituent communities of Bethesda and Chevy Chase like Somerset, Wyngate and Edgemoor, and the business community through the BCC Chamber of Commerce. 
Ring our Bell to make a Tax-Deductible Contribution that supports BFD’s activities. 


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Tue. Feb 24th 2015

On Saturday, September 26, from 12 to 3:30 the Bethesda Fire Department will host an Open House at station #6 on the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Bradley Boulevard.Here is an opportunity to have fun and learn fire safety tips that could protect you, your family and your property. Plus you get to s...

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Fri. Feb 20th 2015

Phase III (final part of the project at Fire Station 20).  We will continue to provide the modern facilities and equipment to the Firefighters that would allow them to rest and physically train. This is the Bethesda Fire Department's (BFD) major contribution to all of our fire fighters. Ove...

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Fri. Feb 20th 2015

The Bethesda Fire Department has partnered with MetroAid for the clothing donation initiative.  MetroAid’s mission is to assist MD, DC, and VA charities with raising funds through the sourcing and sale of donated clothing.Your support is great appreciated; please donate your clothing...

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Thu. Feb 19th 2015

Fire safety is a vital concern to everyone.  After a fire strikes, lives are suddenly turned around. Recovering from a fire in your home can be a physically and mentally challenging process for you and your family.  Often, the hardest part is knowing the steps you need to take and whom to ...

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Thu. Feb 19th 2015

                 Fire and Rescue personnel are frequently the only smoke alarm “experts” the general public will meet. The department’s Safety in our Neighborhood and After the Fire programs have b...

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