Yesterday evening at approximately 1500 hours NMFC was dispatched to Perry County for a 2nd alarm House Fire in the area of 100 Pine Hill Rd. Engine139 provided a fill site while Engine239 went to the scene. Unfortunately, this one hits a little closer to home due to being an emergency responder, and injuries resulted from the fire. Landisburg EMS, Inc. has set up a link to donate if you want to help the family. 100% of donations received will go to the family affected by the house fire. https://landisburgems.org/…/womer-family-fund-83-52384560 Also, Landisburg Volunteer Fire Company is doing a 50/50 raffle, and all proceeds will go […]
For the last few years, during COVID and after, residents and neighbors have been asking if and when we will allow online donations to help eliminate checks. It has been a work in progress, but we are now able to accept online donations through our website by clicking on the Donate Here Button.Residents,Next year when you receive your donation letters, there will be a QR code like this one that you can scan and choose how you would like to donate.As a reminder, North Middleton Fire Company is a 501 (c)(3) organization. Any donation made is tax deductible.
The North Middleton Volunteer Fire Company is proud to announce its participation in the Home Fire Campaign. The Home Fire Campaign has been launched by the American Red Cross to reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by home fires by as much as 25 percent over five years.Achieving this goal is beyond the means of any one organization, and the North Middleton Volunteer Fire Company is proud to partner with the Red Cross and other coalition partners to achieve these goals.