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Sponsorship opportunities available!

Below is more information about this event and the ways you can get involved in making this event a success!!

Fire Ball V Sponsorship Information

On October 8, 2022, Seattle’s Bravest Charity will be hosting their fifth Fire Ball. Fire Balls in the past have been called the, “Event of the Year for Fire Fighters,” and this special event brings together Seattle Fire Fighters and local community members for a great cause. It is one of Seattle’s Bravest Charity’s most important fundraising events. All proceeds raised will benefit the charity directly.

We would greatly appreciate a monetary donation from you to help sponsor Seattle’s Bravest Charity. We are happy to acknowledge any donation amount, and the sponsorship flyer below outlines different “Alarm” levels of Sponsorship along with an outline of recognition provided. A link for the donation procurement form which can be mailed or delivered to the address listed on the form.

At this year’s Fireball, we will also be holding a raffle to raise money for Seattle’s Bravest Charity. We are requesting your support by considering a donation from you for our raffle. Example items to be raffled could include products such as gift baskets, dinners or getaways, services, and gift certificates or gift cards. All profits from the raffle will benefit Seattle’s Bravest Charity directly. We would be grateful for any and all donations. Included below is a link for the procurement form for donations which can be mailed or delivered to the address included on the form.

If you have any other questions or need further information, please feel free to email [email protected] or call 206.285.1271. We greatly appreciate you taking the time to consider this opportunity to support Seattle’s Bravest Charity.


Monetary Procurement Form

Product Donation Procurement Form

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