The Beverly Hills Firefighters' Association proudly support other organizations in the community throughout the year. They attend these various organization's events and support them financially also. These organizations include:
The Beverly Hills High School Scholarship
The Firefighters Quest Burn Foundation (Aids in the treatment of burn patients)
The Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation(Aids in the treatment of burn patients)
The Every 15 minutes Program (Re-enacts an impaired driving accident at the Beverly Hills High School)
The Tower Cancer Research Foundation (Pink T-Shirt Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Ball)
The Vahagn Setian Foundation (5K Run/Walk to raise awareness against drunk driving)
The Maple Counseling Center(The Maple Ball)
Beverly Hills Police Officers' Association (Black and White Ball)
Temple Emmanuel (Purim Ball)
The Junior Firefighter Camp
Beverly Hills Active Adult Club (Thanksgiving Luncheon)
Beverly Hills Little League (End of Season Fundraiser)
The 2015 Backdraft Ball was held on June 9th at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. There were over 700 people on hand to support the Beverly Hills Firefighters. Jay Leno was the special guest host of this year's 23rd annual Backdraft Ball. There was a silent auction, along with a live auction, with all proceeds going to the Beverly Hills Firefighter's Post Medical Retirement Fund. The BHFA thanks all of our supporters for making this night a success and we look forward to seeing you next year. If you would like to donate to the Beverly Hills Firefighters' Association click HERE
Every year, the Beverly Hills Firefighters' Association in conjunction with the Beverly Hills Fire Department open their doors to invite the community to experience a fun-filled afternoon of live demonstrations, displays, educational programs and fire engine rides. The event begins at 1:00pm at the Headquarters Fire Station #1 located on Rexford Drive. Off duty BHFA member’s volunteer their time to cook hot dogs and provide complimentary food and refreshments for the community. There is a special visit from Sparky the Fire Dog which is always a crowd favorite.
Beverly Hills community is encouraged to talk with the firefighters and see the latest in firefighting equipment and apparatus, take personal tours of the station and see special displays of Beverly Hills Fire Department equipment. BHFA members also provide fire engine rides, demonstrations, rappelling display, extrication demonstration, and extinguish a car fire. Stay connected with us to learn of new details.