The Greg Cameron Firemen's Fund
united we stache: a benefit for yurik
RSVP is open for the benefit held Sunday, November 29 at Waiki'i Ranch Clubhouse, featuring food, drinks, live music, a silent auction, and beauty pageant! Click on the poster for information and RSVP.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. To help during this difficult time, 100% of the proceeds raised will be used to aid Yurik and his family.
By J.R. De Groote, West Hawaii Today -- Oct. 16, 2015
Yurik Resetnikov has committed his life to helping others — whether that be through his career as a firefighter and EMT with the Hawaii County Fire Department, or as a coach with Kai Opua Canoe Club. But now, Resetnikov is in need of a little help from his friends and the community he serves.
On Oct. 12, the 40-year-old Kailua-Kona resident suffered a significant spinal injury while body surfing at Sandy Beach on Oahu, fracturing his sixth and seventh cervical vertebra, according to his brother Kyle Teves.
Currently, Resetnikov is at Queen’s Medical Center in the ICU, paralyzed from the nipple line down. He is awake, but on a ventilator that is helping him breath.
On behalf of The Greg Cameron Firemen's Fund and the members of its board, thanks to all who participated in the 2015 Firemen's Fund Weekend. A special thanks as well to our generous volunteers. The continued success of this event would not be possible without your support.
A big thanks to all of our 2015 sponsors, with special appreciation for our continued host, The Hapuna Prince Resort.
July 13, 2015
FMS-II (Fire Fighter/Paramedic) Vern Hara recently donated $700 to TGCFF of the money he raised from his firefighter's volleyball tournament held May 10, 2014. More...
May 20, 2015
HFD firefighters Vern Hara and Matthew Komata were recipients of the first TGCFF Scholarships. The scholarships covered expenses related to emergency medical services training they attended at the EMS World Expo in Las Vegas, NV on Sep. 8-12, 2013. More...
May 20, 2015
TGCFF joined the Hawaii Heart Foundation, HFD, and Queens Medical Center to produce the “Hands-Only CPR” training video below. The video provides a fast way for every Hawaii resident to learn how to save a life. See the video...
May 20, 2015
The 2nd Annual Firemen's Fund Weekend was a huge success! More than 140 golfers and over 90 runners and swimmers participated in the events. Participants competed for great prizes, and helped raise a lot of money--100% of which will be used to help HFD firefighters who face injuries or illnesses that keep them out of work. More...
In addition to our sponsored events, TGCFF relies on community donations to support our local HFD employees.