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Firefighter Prom to be hosted in Scottsdale Nov. 19

Posted 9/15/22

United Phoenix Firefighter Charities, an organization consisting of more than 2600 professional firefighters across the Valley, has announced Firefighter Prom ‘22 at Westin Kierland in Scottsdale.

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Fundraising

Firefighter Prom to be hosted in Scottsdale Nov. 19

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United Phoenix Firefighter Charities, an organization consisting of more than 2600 professional firefighters across the Valley, has announced Firefighter Prom ‘22 at Westin Kierland in Scottsdale.

Previously known as the Firefighter Ball, the flagship event returns with a twist for the first time since 2019, according to a press release. Join UPFFC on Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. to celebrate Valley firefighters and give back to the community.

Take it back to your high school days and celebrate in prom style at Firefighter Prom ’22 by wearing your best outfit complete with a corsage or boutonnière, treating yourself to a limo and fancy dinner or asking your crush to be your date as UPFFC raises funds to continue expanding their reach and providing services, support and resources to the families in the community.

Since becoming a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, UPFFC has built relationships and established partnerships with community leaders, private businesses, citizens, other nonprofits and for-profit organizations to improve the lives of the people in the communities where they serve, the release explained.

Pioneer Title Agency, a locally owned business with an attitude to “leave things better” in all it does, is just one of the important relationships UPFFC has fostered.

As a sponsor of Firefighter Prom ‘22, Pioneer Title Agency continues its commitment to service and support of fire-related initiatives like Arizona Fire School since 2017. This is all a part of their core set of values that aim to help others in not just business, but in the community, by giving back, according to the release.

If you and your organization are passionate about our Valley firefighters, UPFFC invites you to become a sponsor or provide auction items for Firefighter Prom ’22.

For information, contact Cody Brooks at cbrooks@local493.org, or Crystal McCracken at callman@local493.org. To view the event sponsorship packages and to purchase a sponsorship online, visit phxffprom.givesmart.com.

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