When our pagers go off we don’t sit at the station waiting for the fire to come to us, we go to it.
I understand people all volunteer for different reasons and becoming a volunteer fire fighter is no easy thing. Many hours of training and commitment are put into becoming a volunteer fire fighter and I thank all those that do it, I truly do, I am one of you.
But if that is you, please don’t forget the many hours of non-operational volunteering that go into visits to our schools and community groups, fundraising and mentoring.
An active non-operational brigade member is also fighting that fire, they just might not be using a hose.
Thank you to those that actively volunteer, you are appreciated.
Rayleigh - CFA Volunteer - Fire Safe Kids Presenter, Treasurer, Secretary and last but not least, Fire Fighter.