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NYSLTA 2018 Charity Night

  

 

The 2018 NYSLTA Convention Charity Auction will benefit

The Ray Pfeifer Foundation

 

 an organization dedicated to assisting September 11th first responders, firefighters and police, with medical needs not covered by insurance.

 

 

Money raised at NYSLTA Charity Night

will make a difference in a First Responder’s life!

 

These men and women of our fire and police departments have given their lives in the service of others. Your participation in our charity auction for The Ray Pfeifer Foundation will assist in relieving some of the financial burden placed upon them and their families at a difficult time.

 

Funds raised will be used for:

 

  • Oxygen regenerator backpack so first responder can leave house
  • Compression garments to alleviate pain from skin swelling associated  with rare skin disorder
  • Home health care aid (supplement  insurance) to be cared for in their home as long as possible
  • Scooter to allow them to be more mobile

        

 Scooter presented to First Responder by the Foundation. His kids were excited he can now take them to Great Adventure!

 


Ready to help?

 No donation too small!

 


To donate prizes for auction night or to make a monetary donation to

 The Ray Pfeifer Foundation please email:

Charitable Works Committee at charitableworks@nyslta.org

We will be happy to assist with prize suggestions.

 


About Ray Pfeifer A member of the FDNY since 1987, Ray was golfing with other FDNY firefighters the morning of September 11, 2001. When he learned of the attacks, Ray went to his firehouse at Engine 40/Ladder 35, grabbed his gear, and spent the next eight months searching and digging at Ground Zero. All 11 members of his Manhattan firehouse who responded to the call were killed. In 2009, Ray was diagnosed with Stage 4 kidney cancer resulting from his work at the World Trade Center site. With federal benefits on the verge of expiring, Ray, in his wheelchair, led a small contingent to Washington, DC in 2015 to challenge lawmakers. Ray fought for health care benefits from the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act to be extended for September 11th first responders, and succeeded. Ray passed away on May 28, 2017. Now The Ray Pfeifer Foundation, started by other FDNY first responders, is helping 9/11 first responders with medical needs not covered by insurance.

 

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