The Milwaukee Fire Bell Club is a group of fire buffs (fans) dedicated to the mission of the fire service. The Club was founded in 1947, and is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization limited to 40 active members who are all volunteers.
When firefighters are undergoing heavy exertion over long periods, often in extreme hot or cold weather, the Fire Bell Members are there to hand out coffee, cocoa, Gatorade, lemonade, soup, stew, hamburgers, and other foods and beverages. All of the items are served free to firefighters and other emergency workers on the scene such as police, sheriff deputies, utility workers, Red Cross volunteers, and the victims at the scene of the disaster. We are also able to provide warmth in cold weather and cooling during our hot days. Tents, misting fans, chairs and now cooling vests are all available during hot conditions and fresh warm socks and a place to warm up during the bitter cold fires are all within our ability to provide.
The Milwaukee Fire Bell Club may be called upon any time of the day or night, and during any weather condition. Our rehab services are at the direction of the MFD medical staff or Paramedic Supervisor on the scene.
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