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FireFighters work in hazardous environments. Modern materials used for building homes and home furnishings burn with high levels of toxic chemicals; many of which are known carcinogens. FireFighters and first responders are also routinely exposed to diesel particulate and carbon monoxide as apparatus are freq


Every day, children are born with muscular dystrophy and adults are diagnosed with ALS and other life-threatening diseases that take away their most basic freedoms – like walking, talking, eating, hugging, and ultimately life itself.

For sixty years, fire fighters have been Filling the Boot on street corners (and I’ll still be there!)- raising money to help MDA fight back. Now I’m asking you to help me Fill the Boot online.

The money I raise will help children and adults in our community, and will also help support innovative research to change the future for people with neuromuscular disease.

Please consider making a donation!


FireFighters will be out collecting from September 1st-3rd all over Fauquier County.