Info about Fire Corps

The Fire Corps promotes the use of citizen advocates to enhance the capacity of resource-constrained fire and rescue departments at all levels: volunteer, combination, and career. Citizen advocates can assist local fire departments in a range of activities including fire safety outreach, youth programs, and administrative support. Fire Corps provides resources to assist fire and rescue departments in creating opportunities for citizen advocates and promotes citizen participation. Fire Corps is funded through DHS and is managed and implemented through a partnership between the National Volunteer Fire Council, the International Association of Fire Fighters, and the International Association of Fire Chiefs. The Delaware State Volunteer Firefighters Association is coordinating the Fire Corps Program for the State of Delaware.
The Fire Companies below are involved with Fire Corps.  If your fire company doesn’t have a Fire Corps program, get in contact with the Delaware State Volunteer Fireman’s Association to start one.

Christiana Fire Company Fire Corps
Lewes Fire Department Fire Corps
Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company Fire Corps
Carlisle Fire Company Fire Corps
Little Creek Volunteer Fire Company Fire Corps
Hartly Volunteer Fire Company Fire Corps
Delaware City Fire Company Fire Corps
Volunteer Hose Company of Middletown Fire Corps
Townsend Fire Company Fire Corps
Odessa Fire Company Fire Corps
Wilmington Fire Department Fire Corps
Mill Creek Fire Company Fire Corps
Minquadale Fire Company Fire Corps