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About

The Montana State Fire Chiefs’ Association in conjunction with the Montana State Volunteer Firefighters Association applied for and were awarded a Federal SAFER Grant (Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response). The goal of the grant is to increase the number of volunteer firefighters in Montana by 1,000 over the period of the grant. Both Associations are committed to providing comprehensive information to potential volunteers. It is about promoting volunteerism to support our mission and breaking down any barriers that keep individuals from becoming volunteer firefighters.

Montana State Fire Chiefs’ Association

The Montana State Fire Chiefs’ Association (MSFCA) is made up of fire service personnel at all levels and provides opportunities for its membership to attend training and conferences throughout Montana. The Association encourages and supports its members through their involvement with many committees and grants. The Montana State Fire Chiefs’ Association is a member-driven association, which values active and honest communication.

MISSION STATEMENT: Serving those who lead Montana’s fire and rescue services

VISION: To be the Primary Resource and Advocate for Montana’s Fire and Emergency Services

VALUES: Integrity, Commitment, Knowledge, Respect

Montana State Volunteer Firefighters Association

The Montana State Volunteer Firefighters Association (MSVFFA) is bringing information to the forefront for those who volunteer to protect life and property. They are providing a gateway to membership benefits, available programs, and nationwide training along with district information in order to better equip you and your department.

MISSION STATEMENT:

  • To bring together its departments to discuss ways and means to better fire services and reduce unnecessary loss of life and property
  • To exchange ideas and all questions affecting the fire services
  • To develop a bond of friendship and understanding among the members of the fire service
  • To promote the development of fire services through a progressive program of education, public relations, and legislation