Your New York City Firefighters Are Always There To Answer The Call

Join Us In Recognizing The Of The FDNY

New York City
Firefighters Awards Ceremony

May 18, 2017 at Russo’s on the Bay

It’s impossible to recognize every New York City Firefighter that has gone above and beyond the call of duty. It happens in just about every firehouse in the city. It is our mission to recognize the spirit fo the FDNY that evening as well as providing a great experience for off that attend.

25th Annual Firefighters Awards Dinner

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FF Gerry McManus, FDNY L155, Capt. Michael Thomspon, FF Brian Cross, FF Michael Meyer – FDNY L120, FF Stephen Maly, FF Michael Agista, FF George Mueller, FF Kevin Mohr – L138, Captain Joseph McConnell, FF Sean Heater – FDNY L42

 

 

 

In Over 1/4 Century We Have
Hosted Over 5,000 New York City Firefighters
Awarded Over 250 New York City Firefighters
Raised Over $200,000 For FDNY Related Programs

Here’s What  A Few Of Your Bravest Have To Say

2017 Awardee

“As honored and hunbled as we are tonight, lets all remember why we’re here”

2017 Awardee

This is quite an honor being recognized for the job we do each and every day

2017 Awardee

“Thank you so much, it is quite an honor to be here tonight”

2017 Awardee

“Tonight has been a great honor and I want to thank everyone that was involved with putting it together”

We call them the Bravest of the Brave!
They call it “just doing my job.”

If its a New York City Firefighters Awards Ceremony then you have to have the FDNY Emerald Society Pipe and Drum Band. They know how to start a party! Thanks, guys!

George Scocca of the New York Bravest Foundation, Inc., supports the great work being done at Friends of Firefighters. You can find out more about them at friendsoffirefighters.org

Our Foundation Supports New York City Firefighters

We Will Never Forget

As the rest of the country has moved on from the horrors of 9/11, our Bravest continue to battle the effects daily. Americans know that we lost 343 of our Bravest that day, but what most do not know, is that we have lost an additional 167 to date as a direct result of their heroism displayed at Ground Zero.
New York Bravest Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is on a mission to support our Bravest through their current battles. 

Nominate A New York City Firefighter for a Bravest Award!

Do you work with a firefighter that was somehow overlooked for a Medal? Maybe you know of an off-duty rescue or a New York City Firefighter that epitomizes the very spirit of the FDNY? It’s very simple to nominate a Brother, and should they be chosen, you too will be invited to this wonderful event. You get to be the hero!