+ CACHAGUA FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION
Cachagua Fire wants to thank the members of the community who donated via the MC Gives campaign. We ended up with $17,896 from 68 donors. It is possible there will be more donations if they come via mail and were postmarked by 31 December. There is also a matching calculation that the foundation does at the end that might provide an additional 10% to our total. There were 207 other charitable organizations in the fundraising campaign this year. It was the first year for Cachagua Fire. We learned a great deal and hope to be allowed to participate again in 2024. People can always continue to donate to the association via our website. Again, thanks to all of you who supported us and Happy New Year.
Cachagua Fire provides fire suppression and emergency medical services to the rural and mountainous areas at the eastern end of Carmel Valley, known as the Cachagua area.
The Cachagua Fire Department is lead by Fire Chief Kevin Dixon.
Assistant Chief Heather Curry has over 12 years over experience with Cachagua Fire - she is also an EMT. Her dedication, commitment, and experience guide her in her position of mentorship.
Jaime del Valle, Battalion Chief, has over 46 years of service. Jaime has been a constant pillar for not only the community but to the men and women he has helped trained over his 4+ decades of dedicated 24/7 service.
Together, with over 70 years of experience, this strong team, along with the other volunteers, is passionate about protecting Cachagua and keeping our Valley safe.
To learn more about the team click the link below.