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Bagdad Fire Protection District
Bagdad Fire Protection District1 week ago
The Bagdad Fire Protection District would like to thank everyone who donated to this years WHAS Crusade for Children. We are so fortunate to serve such a generous community. We also want to thank B&N Food Market for providing the firefighters with cold drinks and some much appreciated ice cream. The Bagdad Fire Department Auxiliary made sure we had plenty of food to eat all weekend and provided us with a wonderful breakfast this morning before going out for our final day of collecting. Thanks to all of you, we collected a grand total of $12,487.47 this year!!
Bagdad Fire Protection District
Bagdad Fire Protection District1 week ago
Firefighters are out at the intersection of Bagdad Road and Elmburg Road in Bagdad and at 8435 Cropper Road in front of our Station 2 in Cropper. They will be out until 7:30 PM so please stop by and make your donation to the WHAS Crusade for Children. Thanks to all who have contributed.
Bagdad Fire Protection District
Bagdad Fire Protection District2 weeks ago
This weekend the Bagdad Fire Protection District will be collecting donations for the 67th Annual WHAS Crusade for Children. Firefighters will be posted at roadblocks in front of our Fire Station located at 5910 Elmburg Road in Bagdad and in front of our Fire Station located at 8435 Cropper Road in Cropper. Since we will not be collecting door to door please stop by one of our collection points and donate to this amazing cause. If you are unable to make it by our collection points, there other ways listed below in which you can give your monetary donation. We hope to see you this weekend and thanks in advance for your support!

Other Donating Options provided by the WHAS Crusade for Children:

By phone
Call 502-582-7706, leave your name and number, someone will get back to you.

Donate by Mail
Even though our office is closed for now during the pandemic, we are able to access our mail.
Send your donation to:
WHAS Crusade for Children
520 W. Chestnut St.
Louisville, KY 40202.
Please be sure to make note if the donation is in honor or memory of someone or if you’d like to give credit to a certain fire department.

Donate Securely Online
Give online safely and securely. There is a section where someone can honor/memorialize a loved one or credit a fire department.

Text to Donate
Supporters can now text CRUSADE to 50155 to complete a donation. There is the ability to honor a fire department on the donation link.

Venmo
Venmo a donation to @CrusadeForChildren. You can credit your fire department in the comments section.

Cash App
Just like Venmo, use Cash App and make a secure donation to $CrusadeChildren. You can credit your fire dept. in the notes section.

Paypal
If you use PayPal, you can use it to donate to the WHAS Crusade for Children!

Alexa
If you have an Amazon smart device, just say, “Alexa, donate to the Crusade for Children…” and Alexa will walk you through your secure donation, charging it to your card on file with Amazon.

Donate via Facebook
Go to the Crusade’s Facebook page to donate securely online. Facebook does not keep any fees for a charitable donation!

Donations are tax deductible
The WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) public charity. Gifts are tax deductible as permitted by law. EIN #23-7075524.
Bagdad Fire Protection District
Bagdad Fire Protection District1 month ago
This evening Bagdad Firefighters participated in the skills portion of Emegency Vehicle Drivers Training. Each participant was tested on three courses while driving three different types of apparatus. This training prepares the firefighter for responding and maneuvering safely and efficiently to all types of emergencies.
Bagdad Fire Protection District
Bagdad Fire Protection District2 months ago
Thanks and Congratulations to Walters Buildings on a job well done!
Bagdad Fire Protection District
Bagdad Fire Protection District3 months ago
Another afternoon of relative humidity dropping into the 20s percentile amidst drying fuels and increasing south winds will result in another afternoon of elevated fire danger today. Authority :National Weather Service Office, Louisville Ky.

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2 years ago
We’re wrapping up Distracted Driving Awareness Month with a tweet up! Help us spread the word by sharing with your friends, families, and followers. #JustDrive https://t.co/d5iI95vldy BagdadFire photo
3 years ago
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3 years ago
The summer heat isn’t forgiving when it comes to a child that is alone in a vehicle. Thinking that you’ll “just be a minute” could be the biggest mistake of your life. #HeatstrokeKills #CheckForBaby https://t.co/jaKmhZViFG BagdadFire photo
3 years ago
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3 years ago
Always lock your car and keep keys out of reach! A car can look like a playground to a young child. #HeatstrokeKills #ChildSafety https://t.co/iNV6fzkO0E BagdadFire photo
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