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!00 Club of RI announces Scholarships application period open through March 1, 2022

The Scholarship Program was created to aid eligible children of Active First Responders in their pursuit of higher education.

Scholarship Awards

The scholarship award shall consist of $3,000 for each academic year of enrollment in a college, university, vocational or technical school, not to exceed four years. Second, third and fourth year awards are contingent on the student’s successful completion of the previous academic year. The award is sent directly to the student so as not to mitigate any other awards from other sources that go directly to the institution.


In order to be considered for a scholarship, the applicant must be a high school senior or recent high school graduate who may have been accepted by an institution of higher learning, but has yet to begin classes. Children who are no longer dependents are ineligible.

How to Apply

Download the application here.

Completed application with all required information must be sent to: 100 Club of RI, 222 Chestnut St., Providence, RI 02903 and post-marked no later than 1 March of each year. If you have any questions contact Dennis Morgan, Scholarship Committee Chairman at 401-533-8404 or


Click here to go to the 100 Club Scholarship page

Scholorships flyer

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Cumberland Fire Chief Nick Anderson recognized by Cumberland Firefighters Local 2722 of the IAFF

Cumberland Fire Chief Nick Anderson was recently recognized by Cumberland Firefighters Local 2722 for his many years of service, prior to taking the promotion to Chief. He began his career over 20 years ago at the former Cumberland Hill Fire Department, where he was a member of Local 2762 of the IAFF. After merging the four Cumberland fire districts into one entity in 2014, now known as the Cumberland Fire District, he then became a member of Local 2722, of which his father, Wendall Anderson, was a charter member serving the North Cumberland Fire District.

Chief Anderson was presented a certificate and a plaque recognizing his 21 years of service. Local 2722 executive board member, Fire Marshal Jason Lavallee, made the presentation in front of a large group of current and retired members after a meeting and holiday get together.

A tribute to the 9/11 fallen at the Bristol 4th of July Parade

RIAFC President, Chief Scott Partington, walked in the Bristol 4th of July Parade yesterday along with a large group of firefighters commemorating 9/11. Chief Jim Sousa of Warren organized the parade walk and Chief Rick Petrin also walked the parade route with the group. Chief Partington had the following to say about the event,

“Great time at parade yesterday. Chief Jim Sousa did a fantastic job helping to coordinate this event. It was a very humbling experience to have marched in it.”

Here are some additional pictures.

Donations requested for RIAFC PAC fund

The RIAFC Political Action Committee (PAC) is requesting the support of our members who feel that our PAC is a needed and vital part of our legislative activities at the RI General Assembly.

Due to strict regulations regarding donations to a PAC, and how these donations are reported, we are no longer allowed to donate proceeds from a monthly 50/50 raffle to our PAC.  Nevertheless, because of the importance to our organization of continuing to participate in the political process, it is necessary that we continue to fund our PAC through your contributions.

RI election laws stipulate that “contributions of funds may be made by check, money order, or credit or debit card and may be made over the internet and via electronic payment systems”, and when the amount of a donation made by an individual is $100 or less over the course of a year, a record of the name, address, and place of employment of the donor must be maintained by the PAC but is not reported to the board of elections, maintaining your privacy. 

Keeping this in mind, we want to keep the process of donating to our PAC as simple as possible.  Donations of $100 or less, made with a credit card through our online payment method will meet the above criteria.  Simply filling out the form below, and choosing one of the six donation levels provided,($10, $15, $25, $50, $75, $100) and paying with your credit/debit card, you can be a supporter of our PAC as we move forward with our legislative agenda.

We hope that you consider a donation to our PAC at the level that suites you best. We realize and understand that a lower level of support may be more in line with your personal preference.

As always, feel free to reach out to RIAFC executive director Rick Susi with any questions or concerns. 401-692-0795 or

RIAFC Political Action Committee

The RIAFC Political Action Committee (PAC) Thanks you for your support!
  • We hope that you consider a donation to our PAC at the level that suites you best. We realize and understand that a lower level of support may be more in line with your personal preference.

Celebration of Service for RI Firefighters, May 1, 2021

We have posted 98 pictures from the 2021 Celebration of Service for RI Firefighters on our Shutterfly page.

This is the direct link to the album


Here are just a couple of pictures from the album.

Celebration of Service for Rhode Island Firefighters scheduled for May 1st at 11 am

Invitation to the first annual Celebration of Service for Rhode Island Firefighters

To all members of the RI Fire Service, past & present:

Please share and post the attached invitation throughout your fire departments, organizations, and the entire RI fire service family. Also, please make sure to notify us if your department or organization will have an Honor Guard, or other group presence at the ceremony.
In addition, if you know any family members or friends of firefighters who were considered Line of Duty Deaths, please make sure they know that they are welcome, and encouraged to attend this ceremony. The names of the 143 RI firefighters on our Line of Duty Death wall will be read during the ceremony.
Thank you for your participation in this most solemn event.


Chief Richard A. Susi, Ret.
RI Assoc of Fire Chiefs
Executive Director
PO Box 6041
Providence RI 02940


Memorial Invite May 1, 2021 v1

Download the PDF file .


New LAST (Local Assistance State Team) Brochure

The new LAST brochure is complete and up to date. The sidebar on the home page has a link to download the brochure. Scroll the sidebar to the LAST section, just below the quick links.

This post has the brochure as well as the homepage of the website.


Updated LAST Brochure

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Christmas & Holiday Campaign to sell bricks at the RI Firefighter’s Memorial

Christmas & the holiday Season are already upon us, and this may be the perfect way to recognize or memorialize your special family member or friend in the fire service, past or present.

Be a part of the over 350 personalized bricks already installed at the beautiful new RI Firefighters Memorial. Order yours before January 29 2022, so that it will be installed before the May 7, 2022 ceremony at the RI Firefighter’s Memorial.

You’ll be able to give your firefighter, friend or loved one a meaningful gift that will keep giving for a long time. Let us know if we can help. Click in the link below or contact RIAFC Executive Director Rick Susi, or 401-692-0795



Click here to buy a brick at the RI Firefighters Memorial



RIAFC President and Executive Director participate in statewide 9-11 ceremony

Chief Scott Partington, RIAFC President, and Chief Richard Susi, RIAFC Executive Director, were invited to represent the RIAFC at the 9-11 remembrance ceremony, held virtually on RI Capitol Television. A small number of clergy, public safety officials and military officials, as well as the Governor and members of her staff, conducted the ceremony on Friday, September 11, 2020 at 08:30 am. The bell was rung four times for the four doomed flights on September 11, 2001. Governor Raimondo also placed a wreath at the at the RI 9-11 Memorial in the Bell Room of the State House, which honors and remembers Rhode Islanders lost that day.

A video of the ceremony can be viewed online at RI 9 – 11 Ceremony