It Takes A Special Person To Fill The Boots Of A Volunteer.

Firefighter Boots100% of Harford County Volunteer Fire and Emergency Medical Services Association’s personnel are volunteer.*

When you call to report an emergency, you can count on us being there. Harford County is served by 12 volunteer fire companies and ambulance squads. Our 1,500 professionally-trained volunteers are essential first responders to our community’s fire & life safety prevention and protection needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days, every year.

We depend on your support to fill these boots with both volunteer hours and your financial contributions.

Answer the Call: Volunteer or Donate TODAY!

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April 19 @ 4:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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HCVFA

19 Million in Services Provided

The dollar value of services provided to our community last year in volunteer response hours alone.

View Response Stats & Standby Hours

Get to Know Our Fire, Rescue, EMS Companies

HCVFA volunteers serve with pride, professionalism, honesty, integrity, and a commitment to teamwork regardless of rank or position. Explore their stories:

It Takes A Special Person To Fill The Boots Of A Volunteer.

Firefighter Boots100% of Harford County Volunteer Fire and Emergency Medical Services Association’s personnel are volunteer.*

When you call to report an emergency, you can count on us being there. Harford County is served by 12 volunteer fire companies and ambulance squads. Our 1,500 professionally-trained volunteers are essential first responders to our community’s fire & life safety prevention and protection needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days, every year.

We depend on your support to fill these boots with both volunteer hours and your financial contributions.

Answer the Call: Volunteer or Donate!

19 Million in Services Provided

The dollar value of services provided to our community last year in volunteer response hours alone.

View HCVFA Stats

Get to Know Our Fire, Rescue, EMS Companies

HarfordVolunteer.com
Harford Co. Vol. Fire & EMS Assoc. Launches Comprehensive Public Awareness Initiative and New Recruitment Site, HarfordVolunteer.com

New campaign and site bring awareness to volunteer fire and EMS recruitment in Harford County, Maryland.

The CARES Act
Harford Co. Grants $2MM to Volunteer Fire Companies for COVID-19 Relief

Funded by the federal CARES Act, the grants will be distributed to Harford County Volunteer Fire and EMS Association member organizations in accordance with the association's established
funding formulas.

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JOIN OUR RANKS
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WHY VOLUNTEER?

Be Your Best You. Make an Impact.

Have you always wanted to serve your community in a meaningful way? For some people, it’s a sense of belonging. Of being part of something bigger than themselves. For a cause that’s higher than themselves. If you’ve ever wanted to serve your community, now is the time to stand up and be counted on. Volunteer and be your best you.

See Reasons to Volunteer

SO MANY WAYS TO VOLUNTEER

From Fighting Fires & EMS to Managing Events, Accounting & More

Yes, you can be a volunteer firefighter, EMT or paramedic — and eventually even the Fire Chief! But we’re also looking for volunteers to fill the many supporting roles that keep a Fire/EMS department going — including accountants, marketers, IT professionals, fundraising coordinators, office support staff and more. Every role is critical — whether you want to be on the front lines responding when someone calls 911, or behind the scenes keeping the fire trucks on the road and the bills paid. Volunteering at your local fire company is worth every minute. So if you’ve ever been curious about what it’s like to serve, now is a great time to find out more.

See the Ways to Volunteer

BENEFITS OF JOINING OUR FAMILY

Maryland Tax Credit, Retirement Program, Great Experience … Just to Name A Few

The real reward is how you’ll feel about yourself — but that’s just the beginning. Being a volunteer with a Harford County Fire/EMS department brings with it many benefits including a healthy state income tax deduction, a LOSAP (Length of Service Award Program) with retirement benefits, scholarship opportunities, professional development and leadership training and much more. Benefits vary by department so please ask for specific information when you speak with someone from the department you apply with.

Learn More About Benefits

Answer the Call

Contact Our Recruitment Team Now!

*Individual HCVFA member companies may employ some of their EMS providers.