Who helps 9-1-1 when they have an emergency?

To be eligible for posting, the fundraiser must directly help an Emergency Communications Professional or their household. Fundraisers can be for property loss, medical expenses, or funeral expenses. Fundraisers will be posted for 1 month.

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Kentucky Telecommunicators

Flood Relief

Several 911 Telecommunicatorsin Kentucky have been directly impacted by the unprecedented flooding that has taken place in South Eastern Kentucky. Some we know have lost their homes, vehicles, other property & more. With all of this going on, 911 Telecommunicators are still answering the calls and finding ways to get to work to serve their communities.

Nevada Dispatcher

Medical

Kristin was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. We thought the cancer was in remission, but unfortunately, it has returned. She will be doing lots of traveling, and there will be lots of medical costs. She will be off work quite a bit as well. Kristin has been a 911 dispatcher for over 20 years. She is very dedicated to her job and hates that she will need more time off.

Texas Telecommunicator

Medical

Keylee was recently re-diagnosed with cancer and as a result, is unable to continue to help others at this time. The funds collected will help her while she is unable to work.

KITTCOM 911

Dispatcher Death

Christy worked in public safety for 25 years and was a KITTCOM 911 Dispatcher for over 23 years. Her voice was heard by thousands of people over the years both by radio and over the phone. Her smile was evident in her tone and her calm and compassionate manner assisted both responders and victims in their time of need. Christy unexpectedly passed away due to medical complications on July 13th, 2022. The funds collected will go to her children to cover medical costs and other unexpected expenses.

Texas Telecommunicator

Expenses - Dispatcher Out of FMLA

Crystal is in need of financial assistance due to unforeseen circumstances. She recently gave birth to her 3rd child and has exhausted all of her vacation, sick, and holiday leave balances while on FMLA. Her father is in the hospital dying of cancer and her grandmother is in rehabilitation from an injury. Because she has already accessed FMLA this year we are unable to directly donate time to her leave bank to help supplement her income. Any donation in the form of diapers, formula, or gift cards would help out immensely.