Random Acts and AFD made Julio, who was battling cancer, an Honorary Firefighter and bestowed on him the firefighters challenge coin. He was a special young man and we are better for having known him.
One of the crews at AFDs Station 21 contacted Random Acts about a student at an area high school that they encountered. The student was in need of some school supplies, shoes, and clothing for the upcoming school year.
A firefighters daughter nominated one of her class mates for a random act. She was very sick in the hospital and and Engine, a Rescue, and a ton of firefighters went to visit her... bringing along get well wishes and gifts.
FF B. Harris contacted Random Acts because he saw lots of kids riding bikes at the BMX park next door to BCFD Station 31 without helmets.
Kassandra Random Act
once your car seats have been involved in an accident you have to get rid of them and replace them. See how Random Acts helped the crews at BCFD 41s help a family after a wreck.
Early on in our history the Make-a-wish foundation contacted us to see if we would help them with a project. There was a little boy with a terminal illness who was granted any wish he wanted. His choice was to build a playground in his back yard that he and his little brother could enjoy while he was here and create solid memories for him for the future.
A lot of Albuquerque families are hurting and living paycheck to paycheck meaning that sometimes Christmas presents for the kids just isn't in the budget. Firefighters Random Acts was able to stand in the gap and help some of these Albuquerque kids today. Firefighters identified 32 children at in Albuquerque area YDI program who would not have gotten presents without the firefighters assistance.