Seattle Fire Department Relief Association

The Seattle Fire Department Relief Association was founded as a result of the tragic death of Herman Larsen. He was the first Seattle Fire Fighter killed in the line of duty on March 9, 1891, from injuries sustained during a drill three days earlier. As donations were raised to provide Herman Larsen's family with the funds to enable them to pay for his funeral expenses, the idea to for an organization administered by fire fighters to benefit fire fighters was born. Specifically, the idea was to create a support system consisting of fire fighter families that would band together and be there for their fellow brothers and sisters during times of financial difficulties and other hardships. The Seattle Fire Department Relief Association was formed in 1891 and incorporated by the State of Washington on October 1, 1892.

SFD Relief Association Contact Info:

2800 1st Ave 
Ste 326
Seattle, WA 98121


Phone: 206-728-6627

Email: [email protected]



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