12th Annual Signature Chefs Food Festival

Visit http://tinyurl.com/FoodFest2024 for event information

In Memoriam

See, In Memoriam for details


Saturday June 15, 2024 at 2:30 pm
Dodo Mortuary Chapel
Hilo, Hawaii

Retired FEO Shawn Ferreira

Saturday, August 3, 2024
Pa‘auilo Hongwanji Mission
Pa‘auilo, Hawaii


The late FF Hanawahine passed away on May 13, 2024. He was appointed to the Honolulu Fire Department on March 1, 1964, and served 25 years 9 months. His last assignment was with Engine 21, 2nd Platoon. A private service will be held.

FF1 Tré Evans-Dumaran

IAFF Fallen Firefighters Memorial (FFFM)
September 21-22, 2024
Colorado Springs, CO

2024 Wall of Honor

Beware of phone solicitations

Hawaii Fire Fighters Association is NOT conducting phone solicitations

Identity theft, frauds, and scams are the fastest growing crimes in our communities, and many Hawaii citizens are victims of these serious crimes. If you are contacted by someone asking for donations on behalf of firefighters, EMS or first responders, DO NOT DONATE OR GIVE OUT YOUR INFORMATION. Ask for the organization’s name and phone number to call and do your research first. Call the Attorney General’s office to report the suspicious activity. Please pass the word on to your family and friends.

Community and Crime Prevention Branch
Department of the Attorney General
235 South Beretania Street, Suite 401
Honolulu, HI 96813 (Map)
Telephone: (808) 586-1150

Visit http://ag.hawaii.gov/cpja/ to learn other ways to protect yourself from scams and fraud.

Cancer Prevention and Monitoring

Don’t wait until January. Make cancer prevention and monitoring a regular part of your health and well-being.

The Firefighter Cancer Support Network, in partnership with the IAFF, designates January as Fire Fighter Cancer Awareness Month and provides fire fighters the necessary tools and guidance to develop life-saving protocols for cancer prevention and to support those with a cancer diagnosis within their departments.

At the 2023 IAFF Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial, almost 63% of the names added to the wall (361 out of 572) were members who had died from occupational cancer.

Members are encouraged to get screened regularly and practice ways to reduce their exposure on the job.

Visit https://firefightercancersupport.org/ if you need assistance or to join the network.

All firefighters, with or without cancer, are encouraged to consider participating in the National Firefighter Registry for Cancer. Your participation is critical for understanding firefighters’ risk of cancer. Visit https://NFR.cdc.gov to enroll.

Firefighters are welcome to contact [email protected] with more questions. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/NFR

Shop the HFFA Store

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