Woodside-Portola Valley Fire Protection Foundation is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization Tax ID #27-0815321

2014 Annual Campaign Announced

Dear Friends of the Fire District,

In 2015, Woodside Fire celebrates its 90th year serving our community.  Ninety years of excellence. We invite you today to make a gift to Woodside-Portola Valley Fire Protection Foundation’s annual fund to help our fire district continue to meet the needs of our changing community.

pdfDownload the Annual Campaign Brochure

Why Give?

Emergency Medical Services

We want to express our deepest
appreciation for the help and service of
the Woodside Fire paramedics. They are
consummate professionals with unique
skills medically, physically and socially.
They are a credit to themselves, their
families, their organization and their
fellow firemen.
Peter and Nora S., Woodside

Fire Prevention

We had concerns about fire safety with
brush and eucalyptus trees as potential
hazards. Woodside Fire walked through
our property with us and offered specific
advice on how best to handle the risks.
They also followed up after the work was
done. They were friendly, collaborative,
and practical. Our property is much safer
as a result.
Jon K., Portola Valley

Emergency Response Training

The CERT class was both informative
and fun, with lots of hands-on exercises
- how to turn off the gas, put out a fire,
stop a bleeding artery, safely remove a
block of fallen concrete from a victim,
and more. Woodside Fire is amazing,
but when something big happens, they
won't be able to be everywhere. Everyone
should take this class so we're all ready to
help ourselves!
The Jessup Family, Emerald Hills

Looking Out for Us

Thank you for all your hard work to
keep our town safe.
Sammy R., Portola Valley

Fire District Plans to Build New Station in Woodsi...
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Woodside Fire Protection District

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Woodside Fire District operates three fire stations, and serves a population of 25,000 in the communities of Woodside, Portola Valley, Emerald Hills, Ladera, Los Trancos, Skyline, and Vista Verde in San Mateo County, California.  www.WoodsideFire.org

The Foundation

3111 Woodside Road
Woodside, CA 94062

Tel 650.851.1594
Fax 650.851.3960

info@FireDistrictFoundation.org
www.FireDistrictFoundation.org

Our Mission

To augment the Woodside Fire Protection District (WFPD) budget for up-to-date equipment, facilities, fire prevention and training. The Fire Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, will enable WFPD to provide the most advanced and efficient form of all-risk emergency response services.