Northshore Fire Fund
Serving communities in the Northshore Fire District of Lake County, CA:
Lucerne, Clearlake Oaks, Glenhaven, Nice, Spring Valley, Long Valley, Upper Lake,
Witter Springs, Bachelor Valley,
Saratoga Springs, Bartlett Springs
and Blue Lakes
"Helping one person might not change the world, but it could change the world for one person" - Anonymous
Why is a Nonprofit Organization needed?
Our Northshore Fire Fund will help to augment the Northshore Fire Protection District by receiving and distributing tax-deductible Contributions and donations. Established as a "special district" our Northshore Fire Protection District doesn't get financial support from the County as you might think, instead the funds come from Direct Charges that are collected alongside Property Taxes, Mitigation Fees for new development, and then grants and donations that are given. The NORTHSHORE FIRE FUND (NFF) is a way for every day citizens, businesses, and established companies and organizations to invest in their district to keep the NFPD services as efficient and available to all of the communities of the Northshore. The Northshore Fire Protection District is the one entity that connects our entire Northshore together and this needs to be sustainable for years to come.
We have a large populous of low income individuals, senior citizens, and medically fragile community members among the approximately 12,400 residents who live within the boundaries of the Northshore Fire Protection District. Some may not be able to give to this cause but so many desperately need these services. Perhaps the rest of us are able to help out a bit more and in doing so, we can help our neighbors, our communities, and our Northshore Fire Protection District altogether.
The goal of the Northshore Fire Fund is to help fill the gap between the need for equipment, gear, and technology and the funding they have to operate with. In order for the NFPD to provide our communities with the care and response we need, while maintaining their own safety and protection.
Northshore Fire Fund
Phone: (707) 883-1854