As you may know, Bar Dojo had a close call from a neighboring fire earlier this year and South County Fire came to the rescue! Show your support by purchasing apparel for this year’s Fourth of July celebration in Downtown Edmonds hosted by the Edmonds’ Chamber of Commerce & our very own Grand Marshal Shubert Ho. One hundred percent (100%) of all profits from apparel sales will go straight to the South County Firefighters Foundation IAFF Local 1828 which supports the Families of Firefighters, The Community and Local Scholarships.
Pre-sale ends June 10th. Regular sales continues through the 4th of July. Online orders will be available for pickup at 321 Main Street, Downtown Edmonds, after June 25th 2019. Get your shirt now and wear it with pride during the parade!
In 2019, Shubert Ho of Feedme Hospitality was named this year’s Edmonds Kind of 4th Parade Grand Marshal. In light of the honor, Feedme Hospitality & Restaurant Group has decided to use this opportunity to bring to attention to the upcoming Fire Season and do its patriotic duty by raising funds for the South County Firefighter Foundation.
All net proceeds from apparel sales will be donated in full to the Foundation. Pre-sale will end June 10th. Normal sales will continue through the 4th of July at all Feedme Hospitality Locations:
Bar Dojo - 8404 Bowdoin Way, Edmonds, WA 98026
Salt & Iron - 321 Main Street, Edmonds, WA 98020
Shooby Doo Catering - 8420 Bowdoin Way, Edmonds, WA 98026
The MARKET Fishmonger & Eatery - 508 Main Street, Edmonds, WA 98020
Online at www.feedmehospitality.com/edmonds4th
Or donate directly to South County Firefighter Foundation PO Box 4 Lynnwood, WA 98046
In October of 2017, Snohomish County Fire District #1 and Lynnwood Fire Department joined forces creating a regional fire authority called South County Fire. Each entity had its own nonprofit organization, and we combined the two to form the South County Firefighter Foundation. We appreciate all of the hard work that the leaders of each of the former organizations put in to get us to where we are today. IAFF Local 1828 members as well as other RFA employees serve on a 9 person board to direct the foundation.
South County Firefighters Foundation Programs:
Good Neighbor Program - Some situations require something other than a hose line or bandage. The Good Neighbor Program provides funding for firefighters to help citizens in need -- whether it's purchasing groceries for a family, buying gasoline for a stranded motorist, or meeting some other need they encounter in the course of doing their jobs.
Taxi Vouchers - Fire Fighters can give a taxi voucher to a patient they take to the hospital good for a free ride home if the patient has no other means of transportation.
Scholarships - Scholarships are awarded annually to outstanding high school students enrolled in fire service technology classes. We also award scholarships to the annual "Kids Fire Camp" that is put on by South County Fire and IAFF Local 1828.
Community Service Support - The Foundation also provides financial support for programs that benefit the people we serve including Support 7, Burn Foundation, the Snohomish County Chapter of the Red Cross, Christmas House, and Cheese Burger Babies Foundation.
Ways To Help:
Tax-exempt donations can be mailed to -
South County Firefighters Foundation
PO Box 4
Lynwood, WA 98046