Menu

History of the Terry Farrell Fund

About the Terry Farrell Fund

Terry Farrell was a father, a husband,  a brother, and a dedicated firefighter who lost his life on September 11, 2001, during the World Trade Center attack. Among the 343 heroes who died that day, he was in Tower Two when it collapsed.

The Terry Farrell Firefighters Fund was established after the events of  September 11, 2011 to support firefighters and their families with Educational, Medical Emergency and Equipment Grants. There are over 1.1 million firefighters in the United States. Every three days, one heroic individual gives up his or her life answering the call. Every three minutes, a firefighter is seriously injured on the job. The Terry Fund provides much needed relief to firefighters and families facing hardship. The fund also distributes donated surplus equipment to help them do their jobs more safely and effectively.

  • 5PT-8-LOGO
  • NS200x100s001
  • NS200x100s003
  • NS200x100s004
  • NS200x100s007
  • NS200x100s011
  • NS200x100s012
  • NS200x100s016
  • NS200x100s019
  • brindlee-200x100
  • dewill
  • firecommand-200x100
  • firehouse-jerky-logo-sized
  • firehouse-kitchen
  • firehouse
  • globe2
  • paul_conway_fire
  • sande-logo2

Our Efforts

“…the fund delivered over $60,000 worth of surplus equipment… These donations are vital to small rural departments and the communities we serve.”  -Evan Fisk, 1st Assistant Chief, Rensselaer Fire and Rescue, NY

Our Reviews