Sponsor Spotlight

Sponsor Spotlight

Meuser Law Office, P.A. has been a proud supporter of Firefighters for Healing since its inception in 2010. When former firefighter and founder of Firefighters for Healing, Jake LaFerriere, was severely burned in a backdraft explosion, Ron Meuser and his team were hired to represent Jake and knew instantly that he was a special person. 

Sponsor Spotlight

Sponsor Spotlight

Elire is a Minneapolis based managerial consulting firm celebrating 10 years of successfully completing ERP projects for their customers. Elire helps clients achieve success by efficiently implementing, integrating, and upgrading their software investments. In addition, Elire also provides strategic guidance and support to assist with a wide variety of business process improvements, and specializes in helping clients unlock the full potential of their software investments. 

The Christmas Blessing (2015)

The Christmas Blessing (2015)

Author Kevin Kruse said, Life isn’t about getting and having, it’s about giving and being. During our time at the HCMC Burn Unit we were giving hope and being there to embrace families in need. The age range of patients we helped and the varied stories of how they were burned compounds the emotions we all experienced. Click here for the photo gallery.
 

The Red Tie Gala

The Red Tie Gala

Fire engine red ties, dresses & accessories packed The Exchange in downtown Minneapolis for a night of entertainment, auctions and community support. From the St. Paul Fire Dept. Piper and Drums to the boom boom of dance music, loads of silent auction items to priceless live auction packages – the evening was five senses of FUN! Click here for the photo gallery.

A September to Remember

A September to Remember

9/11 for every American and especially first responders is a day that is filled with emotion, memories & patriotism. There are many stories of heroism from that day and the days afterward. One hero was Welles R. Crowther who rescued up to 18 people in one of the World Trade Center towers. He was wearing a red bandana to protect his lungs from the smoke and ash in the office space and corridors. Welles lost his life that day but has left a legacy of commitment, dedication & hope.