Giving to IFSI - Four Ways to Give (PDF)
The IFSI Fund is a general use fund which allows the Institute to provide and enhance training across the full spectrum of first responder needs. Basic and advanced structure firefighting, trench rescue, vehicle/machinery rescue, confined space rescue, collapse building rescue, hazard material, rope rescue, fire investigation and other first responder training benefit from this fund. This fund also includes maintaining current training props and developing new props for first responders thus ensuring an up to date and safe training environment. Your support will help first responders continue to receive hands on experience in realistic training environments.
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Firefighter Life Safety Research Fund
The IFSI Research Fund is an endowment which is used to support firefighter life safety study and research. The Fund supports applied research in collaboration with other disciplines at the University of Illinois to study equipment as well as human factors that contribute to the health and safety of first responders. Your support will allow the continued research in these critical areas of study to insure everyone returns home safely.
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Ag Rescue Training Fund
The Ag Rescue Training Fund is an endowment which is used to support the various Ag Rescue courses at the Institute. The training includes grain bin rescue, fires on the farm, ag rescue techniques, anhydrous ammonia emergencies, ethanol awareness and others. These techniques are used by urban first responders as well as those in rural areas. Your support insures continued delivery of this program.
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The Learning Resource and Research Center was dedicated in 2011. The building houses a memorial hall dedicated to fallen firefighters in Illinois, the only fire science dedicated library in the State of Illinois, research laboratories, offices, meeting rooms and a fully ready emergency operation center. Your support of this facility is helping first responders while leaving a legacy for your company or family.
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