Established July 2, 2022
The newly established National Wildland Firefighter Day recognizes the dedication of wildland firefighters, including federal, state, local, Tribal, military, rural, contract, and support personnel. The selected date is especially meaningful as it occurs during the Week of Remembrance, which is held annually June 30 to July 6, and serves as an opportunity to renew our commitment to wildland firefighter safety as we remember those who have fallen in the line of duty.
National Wildland Firefighter Day is designed to recognize the hard work and devotion of all wildland firefighters and support personnel who are the backbone of the wildland fire community. These men and women work to save lives, property, infrastructure, and precious natural and cultural resources every year, and we are incredibly thankful for their professional skills and efforts.
This toolkit provides graphics for social media that are ready-to-post or can be customized. Short videos highlighting our wildland firefighters and support personnel are ready to share along with an updated banner for your next virtual meeting background. It also includes text that you can use for social media posts, templates for an email from leadership, scripts for radio ads, and a proclamation template. To download an image, hover over it and the choose "save image as".
Feel free to customize these tools, add your logo and photos, and share on your social media platforms. Please use these hashtags: #NWFFD #WildlandFirefighterDay #ThankAFirefighter
Check out the Junior Wildland Firefighter Activity Book. Print it out and take part in the fire prevention activities! When the activity booklet is completed, send us an email and we'll mail your child a National Wildland Firefighter Day sticker.
It Takes All of Us
National Wildland Firefighter Day Toolkit
NWFFD Toolkit PowerPoint has campaign instructions, ready-made and customizable graphics for social media, and downloadable virtual meeting backgrounds. Check it out.
Today we celebrate those that live by the values of duty, respect, and integrity. On National #WildlandFirefighterDay we thank every wildland firefighter, support staff, and contractor who work together to protect life, property, and natural and cultural resources. #ItTakesAllOfUs
Here’s your reminder that on National #WildlandFirefighterDay, thank the wildland fire responder in your life for the service they provide to protect life, property, and natural and cultural resources. #ItTakesAllOfUs
Today is National #WildlandFirefighterDay, we honor wildland firefighters, support staff, and contractors that serve the public across the country. #ItTakesAllOfUs
Today for National #WildlandFirefighterDay, we appreciate the thousands of local, state, federal, or contract workers who fulfill a role in wildland fire response. Thank you for your service and dedication! #ItTakesAllOfUs
National #WildlandFirefighterDay is July 2, but we appreciate you every day! For the firefighters and support personnel who work long hours and then rise up and do it day after day, we thank you for your service and dedication for protecting our communities and precious natural resources. #ItTakesAllOfUs
National #WildlandFirefighterDay is a time to show appreciation for the wildland firefighting community. Thanks to the dispatchers, map creators, IT specialists, equipment operators, radio technicians, prevention specialists, and everyone else who has a role in getting the job done! #ItTakesAllOfUs
July 2 is National #WildlandFirefighterDay. Thousands of responders unite in teams to suppress wildland fires each year. It takes many people with specialized skills and we show appreciation for all of them today. Whether you carry a Pulaski, radio, computer, headset, map, clipboard, or camera to work, we thank you for your service! #ItTakesAllOfUs
Would you like to add your photos to customize a graphic to post on social? Just download the graphics below and overlay them on your photos!
These short video clips highlight wildland firefighters and support personnel from federal, state, and local agencies across the country. Each pair of videos, both 30 seconds and 15 seconds, includes different photos from across the wildland fire community. Download the videos and share on social!