NBTF is a non-profit foundation actively preserving the prosperity of America's Emergency Responder Forces by securing and distributing grant funding to surviving widows and families of fallen and wounded police, fire, and medical rescue personnel. The NBTF achieves this objective through on-site educational briefings, development of specialized benefit programs, and unmatched resolute devotion toward employing veterans, disabled responders, and selfless specialists who receive world-class training and service support. NBTF's Advisory Board directly partners with Police, Fire, and EMS Chiefs nationwide to directly and assertively advocate for officers, firefighters, and emergency response technicians by deploying tactically effective countermeasures prior to, during, and after tragedy striking.
"My agency was served by the National Benefits Task Force from a neighboring chief's referral. I'm pleased to have welcomed the NBTF into our agency and started what will be a great relationship based on feedback from personnel."
"As a non-profit, they were purely task-oriented, efficient, and professionally prepared necessary forms for our men and women, ensuring all questions were addressed and concerns were solved, without disrupting our flow of operations. The unanimous approval of our firefighters is an indicator of a job well done to earn our trust."
"The National Benefits Task Force was very service-oriented providing a solid yet short educational briefing to our medics. Our EMTs were impressed with the information shared and the overall mission of the NBTF."
"The NBTF left me, and our rescue responders, with one main thought following their on-site visit: the obvious care they provided during their time spent serving our personnel both collectively and individually."
Police Chief Angela DeVry
EMS Chief Director Gerald Miller
EMS Chief Director Robert Thomas
"I was present during our briefing with the NBTF advisor, and aside from the funds they awarded our agency, I was shocked at the amount of info shared I was unaware of. Nearly everything we heard was new, valuable data for the benefit of our officers and unsworn office staff alike."
"Due to several factors we had to reschedule our NBTF briefing several times. What stood out was the willingness of the educator to continually work with my Lieutenant and to follow through on their commitment to serve our department and still provide the funding they promised."
"Our FD is a joint-operation hybrid PT/FT and volunteer that works with the county's EMT headquarters. When the NBTF confirmed our briefing date, I requested additional funding and schedule changes so our EMT personnel could benefit. Our advisor completed and filed all the paperwork on our behalf and came through for our department, including our volunteers who are often ignored."
"We've seen the rise of desperate and dangerous times as 2020 continues to develop, causing our personnel to experience police-cooperative alarms like never before in our history. We were served by the NBTF at the best time, which ironically was during the worst of times. We're thankful for their service to us, as we continue to serve our community."