Calgary Firefighters
Benevolent Society

The Calgary Firefighters Benevolent Society exists to serve and assist retired and currently serving firefighters and their families and other members of the firefighting community who may require assistance during a time of need.

Chief Wayne Morris

Chief Wayne Morris

Wayne Morris was a member of the Calgary Fire Department for 39 years; Fire Chief from 1999 until retiring in 2005. Wayne always selflessly worked to support his brother Firefighters. Shortly after retiring, Wayne was diagnosed with late stage 4 colorectal cancer himself. He was instrumental in the creation of the Calgary Firefighters Benevolent Society, a charitable organization that assists firefighters (active and retired) and their family members when they are faced with critical illness particularly illnesses that are a direct result of their service as firefighters. In spite of his own courageous battle against the disease, he has never complained nor faltered in his passion to serve his fellow man.

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City of Calgary Fire Chief Steve Dongworth and
Mike Carter, President, Calgary Firefighters Association Local 255.

The Calgary Firefighters Benevolent Society is proud to work in partnership with the Calgary Fire Department and the Calgary Firefighters Association – Local 255. We would like to thank them for their continuous support.