Sow a Seed Foundation of Tracy recieves $500

check Sow A SeedTracy Firefighters gave $500 dollars to the Tracy Chapter of "Sow a Seed". Sow A Seed Community Foundation provides youth, their families, and the community with education, tools and resources to overcome social and economic challenges, and lead positive, self sufficient lives. TFFC is proud of the work that Sow a Seed does and is also very proud to be able to support their efforts.



TFFC Donates $500 to “Get Real Behind the Wheel”

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Tracy Firefighters were able to donate $500 to "Get Real Behind the Wheel". GRBW is dedicated to helping teenage drivers be more skilled and responsible. GRBW hosts a safe driving event on the last Sunday of every month. Teens and parents learn about the consequences of distracted driving and discover winning strategies to avoid becoming a tragedy. TFFC is proud to contribute to this incredible foundation.

Tracy High Student organizes “Locks of Love” event in Tracy

Sarah Kellogg Locks of LoveSarah Kellogg is a student at Tracy High that took it upon her self to bring a "Locks of Love" fundraiser to Tracy in order to raise funds for the local "Locks of Love" Chapter.  Sarah organized the entire event with all of the proceeds going to the "Locks of Love" charity which helps local children in the fight against cancer. We applaud Sarah for all of her hard work and her kind heart. The $300 dollars went towards a snow cone machine and gift baskets whose proceeds will all go towards fighting cancer.

$5,800 Raised at 1st annual TFFC Golf Tournament that will go back into the Tracy Community

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The 1st annual Tracy Firefighter's Charity Golf Tournament raised $5,800. 65 golfers showed up to the Charity tournament at the Tracy Country Club and with out any doubt (as a witness) I can say that they all had a really good time. All of the proceeds will go back into the community. To request a donation for a person or project that will help to strengthen our community please go to the "application for donation" tab and fill out a request.

Thank you for all who attended this years event and we will see you next year!!!



1st Annual Tracy Firefighters Charity Golf Tournament, May 4th 2015 @ Tracy Golf and Country Club

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TFFC Golf Flyer            Contact: Oscar Sharp @ (209) 321-1977

The Tracy Firefighters will be hosting their 1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament to help raise money for the community. The details are listed below. Come on out and hack away with us, and have a lot of fun, drinks, and food doing it.

Hope to see you all out there!

May 4th, 2015

Tracy Golf and Country Club

35200 South Chrisman Road, Tracy California, 95377

209 835-9320 (Country Club Phone number)

Range Opens at 9:30

Shotgun Start at 11:30

Breakfast, Snacks and Dinner (5:30) included in price

Games include: Chip into the Pool and Marshmallow Drive (included in entry fee)

Contests: Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, and Hole in One


Individual - $125

Foursome - $450

(If paying via PayPal please bring invoice as well as printed "golf flyer" which is located at the top of this post)

Payment Options

Sponsor a whole for $100

Contact: Oscar Sharp @ (209) 321-1977

All proceeds will go to Tracy Charities


Guns and Hoses Charity Basketball Game, March 28th 5:00pm @ Tracy High

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Come out on March 28th for the Charity Basketball Game between the Tracy Police Officers and the Tracy Firefighters. Tickets can be purchased at the gate for $8 and a BBQ dinner will be included. The event goes to raise money for both D.A.R.E of Tracy as well as The Boys and Girls Club of Tracy. Tip off at 6:15. Hope to see you there.

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Tracy Firefighter’s along with Home Depot able to help a Tracy man

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Tracy Firefighters responded to a Fire Incident where a disabled man's only  wheelchair access to his home was destroyed in the fire. After mitigating the incident the responding crew as well as another crew of Tracy Firefighters were able to rebuild the mans porch, along with wheel chair access. Home Depot donated all of the supplies that were necessary to accomplish the project. The Tracy Firefighters are proud to be able to help the community beyond fire fighting and have a huge respect for businesses of the community, like Home Depot, who care enough to help when people are in need.