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Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association


Since 1901, the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association (CVVFA) has had the distinct honor of bringing together fire and emergency services leaders from across jurisdictional lines for the betterment of emergency services.

For over a century, CVVFA has interacted with local, state and national leaders to develop programs that address the needs of our nation’s emergency responders.

To date, CVVFA has provided no cost education to over 100,000 emergency responders.

CVVFA members are 100% volunteer and offer programs in traffic incident management, public safety education, and other critical topics.

CVVFA is a 501(c)3 charitable organization with several ways individuals and organizations can provide support.

Our Signature Programs

Emergency Responder Safety Institute 

CVVFA volunteers are committed to protecting America's emergency responders on the roadway. 

CVVFA volunteers provide FREE education, training, and data collection to prevent line of duty deaths and reduce responder injuries while working roadway incidents. 

Our volunteers have donated thousands of hours to educate the public on the dangers of unsafe driving and train emergency responders (firefighters, law enforcement,, EMS, tow operators, and safety patrol) on best practices to reduce injuries and fatalities while working at roadway emergencies. 

Our volunteers travel the country to educate drivers about the dangers of unsafe driving, such as drunk, drowsy, distracted, disgruntled, drugged, etc.  

Public education material about “Move Over” laws and how to react to emergency vehicles at incident scenes has been distributed at schools, community gatherings, rest stops, and other venues.

 Learn more about resources for public education here:

Click here learn to from Past President Chief Joe Kroboth on why this message matters:

Please consider making a charitable donation to CVVFA to allow us to produce public education materials and educate our future generation of drivers on safe driving practices. 



CVVFA's iFirePrevention website is designed to be your choice for Community Risk Reduction Resources. Community Risk Reduction (CRR) is defined as the identification and prioritization of risks followed by the integrated application of resources of improve public safety and reduce increasing call volumes, according to Vision 20/20.

Free public education materials can be ordered through the iFirePrevention website here:



Donations can be made through this application

or mailed to:

Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association

Attention: CRR Materials

315 South 14th Street

Harrisburg, PA 17104

Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association is a non-profit organization. Information about our 501(C)3 status can be found here:

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