Welcome back friends and VFRCA family members.

“We are slowly and safely coming back!
Scroll down, get the details and join us for our first 2020 event!”

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A 501(c)(3) corporation.

Our purpose is to create, promote, and manage charitable events for members of the Las Vegas Fire are& Rescue Department.

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We plan to conduct at least four events per year. Each of these events will allow for public participation and serve as a conduit for citizens of the City of Las Vegas to meet, build relationships with, and better understand the duties of the Las Vegas Fire & Rescue Department’s firefighters.

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VFRCA is seeking long-term partnerships with businesses and institutions within the City of Las Vegas that wish to support our organization. Also, donations are accepted. We hope you can provide a donation or sponsor us any way you can. Your gifts and donations are appreciated.


Our Mission

Our organization exists to help assist young men and women in our community with education through the “Theo Adams Memorial Scholarship” fund.  Helping youth obtain EMT certifications and Fire Science degrees through CSN. VFRCA provides mentorship programs to such youth who display tremendous interest in the fire service, making way for the developing of today’s youth into tomorrow’s heroes.

Event Highlight

VFRCA Annual Golf Tournament 2020

THANK YOU to everyone who supported us.

Stay tuned for when we announce next year’s date.

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VFRCA Featured Hero's

We honor those who served and have big hearts

Captain Theo AdamsCaptain Adam is a true hero as the VFRCA honor’s him. Captain Theo Adams served Las Vegas Fire and Rescue from November 13, 1990- October 31, 2003 when he was involved in a catastrophic rollover.

Philanthropist Charlie TarrVFRCA honors Charlie Tarr huge heart for children. Charlie Tarr was known for his frugal lifestyle, refusing to spend money on himself outside of the basic necessities.