Exclusion-free Survivor Benefits Designed for First Responders

Beginning with a $5,000 emergency benefit at no cost
to the agency or First Responder.

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Mission

To serve those who put themselves in harm's way

Vision

To reach hundreds of thousands of First Responders year-in and year-out

Values

Loyalty and Responsibility

500,000+

First Responders and their families covered across 5,500+ agencies.

Boots On The Ground

 

Ready To Serve Your Agency

First Responders across the nation are eligible to receive a $5,000 emergency benefit at no cost to the agency or First Responder. Use the form below to request more information about how your agency can receive this benefit from the First Responder Task Force.

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We believe that behind every uniform is a life, every life has a story, and how we impact that story matters to us.

Important To Know

  • Every eligible First responder is able to receive a $5,000 benefit at no cost to the individual or the agency.
  • The First Responder Task Force briefs state and federal agencies nationally, as well as private agencies, associations, and unions regarding benefits previously available only to the military.
  • Task Force Coordinators brief agencies quickly and efficiently with minimal-to-zero interruption in normal operations of the agency.
  • The Task Force has briefed over 5,500 agencies nationally, serving over 500,000 First Responders and their families. To see a list of agencies served, click here.
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A Vision To Serve Hundreds of Thousands

Our vision is to reach hundreds of thousands of First Responders year-in and year-out. Click below to see our progress.

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Founder of FRBA

First Responder Benefit Association (FRBA) is our nonprofit founded to fill the gap of financial hardship that can often burden families of fallen First Responders. The First Responder Task Force funds 100% of FRBA’s administrative and operational expenses so that 100% of public donations go directly to aiding the families in need. Watch the video below to learn more.

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