Fund Raising

Fund Raising

 Donations are graciously accepted at any time. Squad 49 is a  volunteer organization.  You will never receive a bill from us.  We pride ourselves on our volunteers providing professional emergency response and care to you. We rely on donations to meet our operating expenses.  Donations can be sent in by check made payable to Surf City Vol. Fire Co. & EMS, 713 Long Beach Blvd, Surf City, NJ  08008.

We are selling ShopRite giftcards! Every card you buy supports the Company.  We are offering cards in the amount of $25, $50 and $100.   Call any of the following members to secure yours!

                                                             John Gofus  – 276-987-1533                                                                                                                       Rich Krol 201-207-3478                                                                                                                               Rody Hickson – 513-314-7541                                                                                                                   June Blauvelt – 609-319-1508


The Raffle will happen again in 2021! Keep your eyes open for ticket sales beginning in the spring. Maybe you’ll be next year’s big winner.


The Ladies Auxiliary will be running a “50/50 Mega Money Raffle”.  Only 1000 tickets are sold throughout the summer.  The price per ticket is $10.  The drawing will be September 6, 2021 at the firehouse.  You need not be present to win!  Grand Prize is $2,500 or 25% of the proceeds, 1st prize is $1,500 or 15% of the proceeds, 2nd Prize is $500 or 5% of the proceeds and 3rd Prize is $500 or 5% of the proceeds!  

Raffle tickets will be sold at the T-shirt sales and at the weekly Farmers Market.


FUND DRIVE-Our fund drive is sent annually to homeowners and businesses and is our largest fundraising event.  


We will soon be accepting PayPal! Check back soon!

 With better gear, firefighters no                       longer surround and drown a fire –   they go in.
                                          Bill Dedman