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Responder Rescue

Rating: 5 stars   6 reviews 807

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Disaster Aid


3711 Mexico Road St. Charles MO 63303 USA


To provide emotional, tangible, and monetary assistance to St. Louis area firefighters, police officers and EMS workers who have been injured, become ill, suffered at traumatic situation, on or off duty.

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Rating: 5 stars  

This charity does it Right! They are a fun group to work with and they truly make a difference... When it comes to supporting our first responders- This charity and the Backstoppers of St. Louis are the best!!!!

Our companies are proud to be long time supporters and will be for many years to come. We have 5 Complete Auto Body and Repair locations in St. Louis and we thank them for all they do!

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Responser Rescue came to the rescue of my family. My husband is a retired firefighter with Stage IV colon cancer related to his fire service. When our resources ran out they were there to help. This organization is there to support first responders when they are at their most vulnerable. Because of Responder Rescue we were able to get back on our feet and start to move forward. They gave us hope when we felt there wasn't much left. As far as I am concerned Responder Rescue is deserving of all our support!

Christine Schall

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Responder Rescue works from the heart to help ours.

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Responder rescue has an amazing team of people who put on amazing events to raise money for the injured first responders. I am very lucky to be a volunteer here.

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Responder Rescue is there for those who help others every day. If a first responder is no longer able to work due to illness, injury or other traumatic experience , and has used all other resources, Responder Rescue can help them. I started volunteering with the charity just over a year ago, and can tell you the charity truly cares and wants to help this first responders. The charity puts on many fundraising events throughout the year to help raise money. Grants are also going to be submitted to help meet the needs. Responder Rescue really cares for those who are there for us everyday .

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Responder Rescue is a 501 C (3) not for profit organization that supports police, fire and other first responders who are injured while performing their assigned duties in the Greater St. Louis area. When a first responder is injured in the line of duty, their public agency insurance covers most of their medical expense, but all too often there are copays and other expenses that drain savings. Responder Rescue supports these first responder financially by paying monthly bills and assisting with some of the medical expenses. The organization's staff are all volunteers from the public and private sector. Each volunteer averages over 75 hours a year in supporting fundraiser to help meet the demands for assist by these injured public service personnel. In the organizations first year, it gave out over $40,000 in support and the second year already has more than $60,000 in requests for assistance.

If you would like more information about this worthwhile organization, please contact Dale Bailey at (314) 694-2368.

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Presenting support checks to seriously injured and disable fire and police personnel.

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No recommended changes.

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