Last summer, Henderson, NV Police Officer Troy McDermed collapsed while on a traffic stop and was taken to Henderson Hospital where he underwent testing to determine what occurred. Several days later, Officer McDermed was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroendocrine carcinoma. His cancer is inoperable and incurable, and after 15 years of service to the City of Henderson, he will be medically retiring. Officer McDermed will be auctioning off some of his prized possessions to help with the cost of his cancer treatments, and it would be a tremendous boost to the auction if we could also help with fundraising efforts!

Officer McDermed has faced tremendous obstacles since his cancer diagnosis, and has many expenses related to his medical care. Your help with donations to assist Officer McDermed and his wife ease some of the financial worries associated with his care would be amazing. Anything helps, thank you!

Come out and support our brother in blue or donate directly to the GoFundMe fundraiser!

Hammers Grill and Bar

771 E. Horizon Dr. 104

Friday, September 10th 5:00 until TBD

We are proud to introduce a new Community partner the Gene Haas Foundation.  The HFBA is very grateful for this $5000 donation to the Association.  Your support will assist us in achieving our goal to provide charitable assistance and outreach to active and retired members of the Henderson Fire Department and local community. Great partnerships ensure the HFBA will Always be There!

The Gene Haas Foundation was established in 1999, by Haas Automation, Inc., Founder and CEO Gene Haas, to support the needs of the local community.  We are proud to have them on our side as a partner in the Henderson community!

 

Stay tuned for our next event!

 

A huge thank you to Findlay Volkswagen Henderson for their generous donation to the HFBA! Remember to Check Your Seats in the Heat!

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