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East Brandywine Township

Posted on: September 4, 2018

Join the East Brandywine Fire Company Team

Posted by the East Brandywine Fire Company on August 31, 2018:

We need your HELP! 

If you've ever thought about joining a volunteer organization and giving back to the Community now is the time, let this be your call to action. 

Come join our dynamic team of volunteers who are committed to providing service to the residents and visitors of East Brandywine, West Brandywine, and Upper Uwchlan Townships. 

We have opportunities for everyone even if you are not interested in responding to emergency calls. We have administrative needs, building and grounds needs, and well as community engagement opportunities to name a few. We have no minimum requirement for the number of hours you have to participate. 

Here are a few things that are important to us:

  1. We value our CULTURE and it is our number one priority.
  2. We have a strategic plan and vision for the future to help us accomplish our goals. 
  3. We have committed leadership who you will feel connected to. 
  4. We want you to be able to contribute to our overall mission and feel valued. 
  5. Providing high quality emergency service is vitally important to us, lives depend on it. 
  6. We train routinely because we want to be GREAT! 
  7. Community engagement is an essential part of our success. Our Fire Company is here for our Community we want to be customer service oriented. 
  8. Keeping kids safe is a priority! That's why we invest so much time and energy in Fire Prevention and train over 2,500 kids a year. If you have any questions or would like more information please send an email to membership@ebfc49.org. 

If you would like to visit us in person feel free to drop by on a Wednesday evening and meet our team anytime after 6:30pm. Lastly we would like to thank Marco De Risi who shot and produced our recruitment video. Marco donated his time and talent to help us recruit new volunteers. No Federal / State / or Townships monies were used to produce ths Also thank-you Mike Lam and the Chester County Training Facility for allowing us to use the facility for some video.


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