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Actively supporting the UK fire services community, we help them to live healthier and happier lives.

Through advice and information on healthy lifestyle choices, to a wide range of services – online, in person at our centres and in the community – we pride ourselves on being the fire family’s lifelong health and wellbeing partner.

So, if you’re a member of the fire services community, visit our website, join My Fire Fighters Charity or call us on 0800 389 8820 and get started on your journey to a healthier and happier you.

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The money we raise through our Lottery makes a big difference for people like Steve...

The fire service has been a major part of Steve Bartlett’s life from the moment he was born, as his father, Graham, and uncle, Dave, were both on-call firefighters for more than 25 years.

He’s since followed in their footsteps – alongside his brother, David – and they now work at the same station in Hartley Wintney.

It’s meant Steve, 44, has always known about our Charity, and even received our support before he joined the service himself. Here, he shares how your donations have directly helped some of his family members during their most difficult times…

It seems quite unusual for one family to all serve in the same station like we have – and we’ve all received the Queen’s Long Service and Good Conduct medal for our work,” says Steve.

Steve first experienced our support when he was younger. His eldest brother tragically passed away following a battle with cancer, in 1991, and we were able to offer the whole family a recuperation break at Harcombe House, our centre in Devon.

I’ve been involved in fundraising ever since really. I’ve grown up with the Charity and supporting it, as well as being supported by it,” says Steve.

Since then, Steve has been back in touch with us, as one of his daughters has scoliosis.

We are due to visit Harcombe House soon, with my daughter,” adds Steve. “She had spinal surgery in January and we’re having some rest and recuperation as a family.

He’s now hoping to encourage others to take part in fundraising activities in aid of us. 

Seeing where that money then goes is such a great reward for your time.

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