Molalla Fire Volunteer Association was formed in 1924 to provide a legal nonprofit entity for the various public functions that the volunteers participated in, such as the Molalla Buckaroo. All the Volunteers after one year of probation with Molalla Fire District are eligible to join the association and become a voting member. The Association works as an independent 501c3 entity. A requirement for the association is to be in good standing as a volunteer with the Fire District.
The Association has a board that over sees the administrative functions of the association. The Association is responsible for helping organize events and raising money that benefits the Volunteers, fire district and the public. Money raised by the association will help in the purchase of items such as an auxiliary building or needed equipment for emergency services. There is considerable amount of time spent on organizing events such as our annual 4th of July Parade and Operation Santa food drive. This is all done by the members who give their time to the association on top of the required training and emergency responses.
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The relationship between fire departments and their respective communities is a critical alliance. Without the generous support of citizens, businesses, and civic groups in the Molalla community, the Molalla Volunteer Firefighters Association would not be able to provide the quality of service the community has grown to expect over the last 95+ years.
By supporting the Molalla Volunteer Firefighters Association, you will be doing your part to provide emergency and non-emergency services that protect the lives and property of your neighbors in Molalla and the citizens of Clackamas County.