At Fire Dept. Coffee, we never have to look far to find amazing women who inspire us with their intelligence, compassion and commitment to saving lives.
They’re all around us, every day. We travel often and meet so many more. And sometimes, we’re lucky enough that they come to see us — just in time for International Women’s Day.
Laura Kappler-Roberts is the president and CEO of Kappler, Inc., a respected producer of chemical protective apparel. Founded 1976 by her father, George Kappler, in ...
It takes a strong coffee to fuel Stipe Miocic.
You know the name. He’s the 5X Heavyweight Champion, a mixed-martial arts master, blending the powerful boxing skills of a Golden Gloves champ with the technical savvy of a Division I wrestler.
Coffee is good for many things, but have you ever considered cleaning yourself with it? That’s exactly what Fire Dept. Coffee and Dr. Squatch encourage you to do! Fire Dept. Coffee has recently partnered up with Dr. Squatch Soap Co. to craft their newest product; The Cold Brew Cleanse bar. This soap bar is specifically designed to energize your shower, jump-start your skin, and supercharge your day with a blend of shea butter, salt, kaolin clay and, of course, some top-notch Fire Dept. Coffee...
America’s veterans are some of the hardest working individuals in the country. These men and women, who signed their names on the dotted line and took the oath to protect this country’s Constitution, are nothing short of amazing heroes with a whole lot of backbone. Which is why Fire Dept. Coffee prides itself on giving back to those who have sacrificed so much for their families and for our country. And it’s also just one reason why our Founder and CEO, Luke Schneider founded this coffee comp...
It’s that time of year again when friends and families are getting together during the joyous (and sometimes stressful) occasions of the holidays. And with so many options to choose from and the many different sales, including on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday, it all can be overwhelming. Not to mention, it can be a tough business trying to figure out what firefighters, in particular, want for the holidays.
As a company owned and run by firefighters, Fire Department Coffee wants to take this opportunity to recognize our local and national heroes. The ones who never hesitate to answer the call of duty. The ones who clock in and don’t know if they’ll make it back home. National First Responder’s Day was designated by Congress on this day, October 28, 2017 and is now a day on which to honor those who continue to ensure the safety of the general public and their own brothers and sisters in uniform.
There is only one thing better than receiving a new box of FDC on your doorstep every month: A different flavor of FDC every month. Say hello to our little friend: The Coffee of the Month Club. Beginning October 2019, FDC will be sending our “Coffee of the Month” club members a different, great-tasting flavor every month to keep up the spice in your relationship with coffee. These various flavors, including those exclusive to the Club, are sure to rock your taste buds and give you that much-n...
They are the unofficial mascot of the fire service.
No, not the rookies. We’re talking about the DalmatianDalmation.
We’re used to seeing firefighters and dalmatians together. It’s part of the imagery and lore of the fire service, but how many of us know where it all began?
Firefighters aren’t in it for the recognition. But a select few become well known and universally respected — in firefighter circles and beyond.
Warren Forsyth is one of those few.
He’s a third generation New York City firefighter, who passed the tradition on to a fourth generation. He served the city for 20 years, the majority of which he spent with the prestigious Rescue Company 1 in Midtown Manhattan.
Along the way, he earned 13 citations for bravery in the line of duty.
We celebrate our heroes every day. But on May 4, International Firefighters’ Day, we celebrate them just a little bit more.
We go out of our way to simply say thank you.
We take an extra moment to reflect. We remember those we’ve lost. We honor those who serve today.
It’s the instantly recognizable symbol of the fire service.
You’ll see it on our helmets and our trucks. It’s on our badges and our gear. And you don’t have to look far to find a firefighter with the symbol tattooed on their body. It’s a point of pride and a permanent reminder of the service and sacrifice the job requires.It’s the Maltese Cross.
It’s always been part of our mission to support wounded, ill or injured first responders. There’s one word that we hear much more than we’d like.
This vicious disease affects firefighters more than most — a 9% higher risk of diagnosis and a 14% higher death rate than the general public, according to the CDC/National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH).
Help us fight back by ordering our new LION Action Blend, available today for the first time.