30 GUNS IN 30 DAYS
We have officially kicked off our raffle of 30 guns in 30 days to benefit the National Child ID Program. If every member sells 10 tickets we will sell out in no time! Only 2000 tickets will be sold. Contact an E-Board member to get tickets to buy or sell. Download the flier below for information. Let's make this happen. Read More... Download: Raffle.pdf
30 GUNS IN 30 DAYS RAFFLE GUN LIST.pdf
A special meeting has been called by the president.
The meetings will be August 19 and 20, 2014 at 6 pm. Because this is a special meeting called, the topic of the meeting will be limited to callback issues. You may attend both nights. If a vote is called for, you may only vote once. Read More... Download: SPECIAL MEETING callback.pdf
The IAFF remains on the offensive, pushing its message out to protect its members from being publicly demonized by elected officials for their pensions.
General President Harold Schaitberger appeared on Ed Schultz’s nationally syndicated radio show Thursday afternoon.
“Ed, the attacks are coming at us fast and furious from all sides,” President Schaitberger said.
The audio file will be available on our web site this week.
During his television show Wednesday night, Schultz showed the IAFF’s viral video and the print ad that ran in USA Today and blasted the politically motivated attacks on fire fighters. Click here to see the segment on Wednesday’s Ed Show.
"I think it’s despicable that politicians talk about how they’re New York’s finest, yet in a time of negotiations they treat them like dirt. They want to take the pensions so they can look good to those folks who might vote for them because they balanced the budget,” Schultz said.
On Thursday, the IAFF launched a web site where locals can find pension-related materials, from the USA Today ad to the viral video that Schultz showed on The Ed Show. The web site will be updated regularly to include more material for affiliates. We encourage affiliates to share information on this web site with the media and public.
The IAFF will stay in the forefront on this issue in the weeks and months to come to fight against negative perceptions affecting the fire fighter profession.