[gallery type="slideshow" link="none" size="full" ids="1888,1887,1886,1889" orderby="rand"]Our friends at the Newport News Firefighters Association set up a table for us at the Virginia Firefighter Games on April 18, 2015. We thank everyone who stopped to learn more about the Foundation and show their support.
On April 11, 2015, Chief Joe DiBernardo presented at the 2nd Annual New Jersey Deputy Fire Chiefs Association Seminar. The Lt. Joseph P. DiBernardo Memorial Foundation thanks the New Jersey Deputy Fire Chiefs Association for having us to speak about the Foundation and Joey's story. We are greatful for the support of the New Jersey Deputy Fire Chief
The Lt. Joseph P. DiBernardo Memorial Foundation now has a company page on LinkedIn. You can follow us and get updates on all the exciting things going on at the Foundation. Visit www.linkedin.com/company/lt-joseph-p-dibernardo-memorial-foundation and follow us today!
Each year, one lucky seminar attendee takes home a one-of-a-kind treasure handcrafted by Chief Mike Nugent at Black Pearl Wood Works. Starting at the first seminar in 2013, Chief Nugent's tribute to his friend Joey has become a seminar tradition. Featuring a new design each year, the humidor/momento box is an outstanding way to remember Joey and
Sterling Rope has pledged it's continued support of the Lt. Joseph P. DiBernardo Memorial Foundation to help keep firefighters safe. In 2014, Sterling Rope provided over $1,800 worth of equipment to help save firefighter lives. The Lt. Joseph P. DiBernardo Memorial Foundation is pleased to partner with them again in 2015 to provide personal life s
The Lt. Joseph P. DiBernardo Memorial Foundation is happy to announce its newest partnership with Scott Safety to help keep firefighters safe. Jeff Cool, Foundation Board member and FDNY Black Sunday fire survivor, met with Pierre Desrochers, Zone Manager and Matt Meagher, Regional Sales Manager for Scott Safety on February 5, 2015. A check for $10
A special Mass was held Saturday in honor of the 10th anniversary of one of the deadliest days in FDNY history.
Tenth anniversary of Black Sunday tragedy focuses on honor of the fallen firefighters and courage of the survivors
Three NYC firefighters died in two separate fires on Jan. 23, 2005 - a day dubbed 'Black Sunday." Another injured firefighter died several years later. The tragic incident has been used to train countless firefighters all over the country. Families and colleagues work to keep the spirit of the fallen alive.
On Jan. 23, 2005, a Bronx four-story building engulfed in flames forced six firefighters to jump from a window when an illegal partition inside the apartment blocked a fire escape.
Tune into the PIX11 live streaming on January 23, 2015 at 7:30 a.m. (ET) to see Black Sunday Survivors Firefighters Jeff Cool, Eugene Stolowski, and Brendan Cawley remember the fire that changed many lives ten years ago.
This proud father refuses to let a decade of grief for his son go up in smoke.
Lt. Joseph P. DiBernardo Memorial Foundation provides equipment and training On Sunday, January 23, 2005, six FDNY firefighters were forced to jump from a four-story Bronx tenement after they became trapped by fire while searching for victims in illegally divided rooms. Lt. Curtis Meyran and Firefighter John Bellew died from their injuries that day