Oklahoma Firefighters Need Our Help (Includes locations of Fire Depts)


If you would like to donate:

Black diamond (cards) hand sanitizer
Black diamond (cards) eye drops
Black diamond (cards) lip balm
Black diamond (cards) baby wipes
Black diamond (cards) allergy tablets
Black diamond (cards) air mattress
Black diamond (cards) tent or sun shade
Black diamond (cards) sun screen
Black diamond (cards) foot powder
Black diamond (cards) boot laces
Black diamond (cards) towels
Black diamond (cards) undershirts
Black diamond (cards) tube socks
Black diamond (cards) underwear
Black diamond (cards) moleskin to prevent blisters
Black diamond (cards) cold/frozen hand towels (t-shirts soaked in cold water and put individually into Ziplock bags to cool off in between fighting the fires.)

Black diamond (cards) quick & simple, high carb & protein, low grease:
Black diamond (cards) protein/power bars
Black diamond (cards) fresh fruit, (cool and full of water to hydrate them) peaches, grapes, bananas oranges,  watermelon, canteloupe, lemons, limes,
Black diamond (cards) vitamin C tablets
Black diamond (cards) cold water & Gatorade*  (Pedialyte has been working much better for some of the firefighters in the heat.)
Black diamond (cards) paper towels, paper plates, plastic ware
Black diamond (cards) ice chest full of ice
Black diamond (cards) sugar free gum
Black diamond (cards) potassium  to help with cramps


Walmart sells them but you may want to make some cool ties for Firemen and fire victims working in the heat.  Cooling bandana/ties/neck coolers/headband/wrap/scarf made from 100% cotton fabric  are great to wear for  to keep in your first aid kit for heat relief. 

 Soaked in cool or cold water for approx. 20 minutes, the  water crystals* will hydrate and expand into a gel. The cooling bandanna/tie around the neck/forehead  will help keep one cool for  hours in the warm and hot weather.

The fabric will feel dry, but the gel inside the bandana/tie feels cool to the touch and will help keep you cool and comfortable in the heat for all day. It can be used over and over again by  rehydrating  (soaking) it and  gel will stay hydrated for several days. The polymer water crystals are safe and non-toxic. Hand wash the cool bandana/tie gently with mild soap and hang it to air dry. If you don’t use it for a few days the crystals will dry out to their original state (hard crystal form) and then can be rehydrated and used again and again….100’s of times! 

*Find Schultz Water Absorbing Crystals at Walmart, usually in the gardening supplies. 

Here are step by step instructions: 


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4 Responses to Oklahoma Firefighters Need Our Help (Includes locations of Fire Depts)

  1. Bren says:

    Please call first as some of these are these are volunteer fire depts. Volunteer firemen need donations for up-keep of their equipment and for fuel. (Look at Agra, Glencoe and Silver City!)

    Agra Fire Department is asking for monetary donations to help repair their equipment after this past weeks fires.
    They have massive expenses due to transmission troubles with the tanker and one of the brush trucks.

    If you are interested make checks out to…

    Agra Fire Dept.
    P.O. Box 9
    Agra Ok 74824

    Basin Volunteer Fire Department
    3 miles N of Mannford, OK
    Mannford, OK 74044
    Telephone: (918) 865-3488
    Fax: (918) 865-7562


    Bixby Fire Department 1
    116 W Needles AVE
    Bixby, OK
    Telephone: 918-366-0458
    Fax: 918-366-0482
    For emergencies, always call 911

    Bristow Fire Department
    115 E 6th ST
    Bristow, OK
    Telephone: 918-367-3415
    Fax: 918-367-1159

    Carney Fire Dept
    Donations of Gatorade, snacks, crackers, granola bars, would be much appreciated:
    405-831-4691 or 405-708-3622 1st #: Robbie Clark, 2nd #: Bethany Owens


    Cushing Fire Department
    323 N Harrison ST
    Cushing, OK
    Telephone: 918-225-3361
    Fax: 918-225-6162
    For emergencies, always call 911

    Drumright Fire Dept
    124 West Broadway Street
    Drumright, OK 74030
    (918) 352-3131
    Fax: 918-352-9496
    Need Water, gatorade, etc
    Freedom Hills Volunteer Fire Department
    35677 W 91st Street South in Mannford, Oklahoma
    There is a public business meeting on Saturday, August 11, 2012 at 7:30pm at Freedom Hills Fire Department to try and stop the petition for disbandment. We would appreciate all your help and support at the meeting, everyone is welcome to attend. This is a volunteer fire department, not a state funded. Freedom Hill Fire Department has the second largest fire district in Creek County and has been serving the community for 30+ years. If there was no fire department, your home insurance rates would increase. The fire department taking over the area would have to come from father away, increasing response times. The fire department ran out of funds during the recent wildfires and started using their own money to continue fighting the fires. Please keep in mind that the men and women that volunteer and fight these fires are everyday people. When the need comes to protect their community they never hesitate. This is their time of need, please come and give them your support. You can contact the Freedom Hills for more information at 918-352-4102. Thank you for your time and support.
    Glencoe OK Fire Department
    Main St, 1 block W of Hwy 108
    Cash donations – 2 trucks needed
    Grady County Fire Dept

    Kellyville Fire Department
    410 E Buffalo ST
    Kellyville, OK 74039
    Telephone: 918-247-3677
    Fax: 918-247-6348

    Keystone Volunteer Fire Department
    25505 W 41st ST
    Sand Springs, OK
    Telephone: 918-363-8261
    Fax: 918-865-6781

    Mannford Fire Department
    300 Coonrod AVE
    Mannford, OK
    Telephone: (918) 865-2666
    Fax: (918) 865-8900

    Newalla OK Fire Rescue
    Amy – 405-229-8315
    Woodland fire gear, cash, water, gatorade, pump for one of the fire trucks, redline hose, checks, gift cards for items needed, truck help, truck donations or donations from other fire departments


    Oilton Fire Department
    100 E Broadway
    Oilton, OK 74052
    Telephone: (918) 862-3778
    Fax: (918) 862-3203


    Rolling Hills Fire Dept.

    Station 1
    40 South 200th East Avenue

    Shamrock Volunteer Fire Department
    107 E 5TH ST
    Shamrock, OK
    Telephone: (918) 352-4336
    Fax: (918) 352-4799

    Silver City Volunteer Fire Department
    44811 W 51st ST S
    Jennings, OK 74038
    Telephone: 918-865-7040

    Silver City Volunteer Fire Department is having a difficult time recovering right now. Fire chief, Billy Rusco, spent $2,000 of his own money to put gas in the trucks and keep them running after they ran out of funding. They still need food.

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  4. Heather says:

    Thank the Fire Fighters in Our Community with a Free Entrée!

    Attention all Fire Fighters! Texas Roadhouse in TULSA,OK would like to thank you for your hard work and dedication. We know that you have been working so hard to contain the wildfires that have ravaged the community and we’d like to thank you with a special offer!

    Join us on Monday, August 13th from 4PM until 10PM, present your badge to your server and enjoy a free* entrée from a select menu. Below are the entrees you can choose from:

    -6oz Sirloin Dinner with two sides
    -Country Fried Chicken with two sides
    -Country Fried Sirloin with two sides
    -Single Pork Chop with two sides
    -Pulled Pork Dinner with two sides
    -All-American Cheeseburger with Fries
    -BBQ Chicken Sandwich with Fries
    -Chicken Critter Salad
    -Grilled Chicken Salad

    We will also be collecting water and Gatorade throughout the month of August to donate to the Fire Fighters who are working to protect our community. We look forward to seeing you here!

    11111 E. 71st Street South
    Tulsa, OK 74133

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