• BCFD 34s helps south valley family

    BCFD 34s helps south valley family

    Random Acts was called by BCFD 34 for a family that was really in dire need, if anyone ever needed some kindness it was this family. E34 responded out to the mesa on a trailer fire and found a fully involved trailer, complete loss.

  • Rachel's Courtyard

    Rachel’s Courtyard

    Random Acts partnered with Rachel's Courtyard.. the play ground for children at Presbyterian Hospital, to host a 4th of July party for the children too sick to leave the hospital for the holiday. It was a great event ...partnering the firefighters with the children and playing games, throwing water balloons, and eating too much food!!

  • Jackson's help homeless family

    Jackson’s help homeless family

    A few days ago AFD Firefighter Brian Jackson and his family were out grabbing lunch when they noticed a homeless man with four children. They stopped and bought the family lunch but wanted to do more.

  • Mtn. Run fire victims

    Mtn. Run fire victims

    Last week a fire at the Mountain Run Apartment complex devastated the lives of eight families that lost everything. One of those family really captured the hearts of the firefighters who responded to the fire because one of the items lost in the fire was this family's son's prosthetic leg.

  • Chanel's Heart Surgery

    Chanel’s Heart Surgery

    Random Acts is trying to help a young girl raise money to combat the mounting medical expenses for open heart surgery

  • Samantha's random Act E/R33

    Samantha’s random Act E/R33

    Samantha, along with her two kids aged 2 and 6, lost everything in a fire a few weeks ago. Still trying to recover, they needed a few items to get back on their feet.

  • Schmitz Random Act

    Schmitz Random Act

    Random Acts firefighters came together to make a room safe for child battling cancer to come home to.

  • Random Acts of Thanksgiving 2014

    Random Acts of Thanksgiving 2014

    Random Acts identified, with the help of the Albuquerque Rescue Mission and firefighters on the trucks, 106 families that were in need of help for Thanksgiving