For 24 years, Fire Fighter Ladder sits have played a big part to raising funds for Muscular Dystrophy Canada. Fire Fighters brave the elements and sit in a bucket/chair for 24-50 hours raising awareness and funds to help families across the country affected by neuromuscular disorders. During the Ladder sit, Fire Fighters collect donations from the community, sponsorship from local business, and dignitaries and involve local media and social media to get the word out about neuromuscular disorders.
To learn more about how to hold a Laddersit in your community contact the Atlantic Regional Staff in your province.
Join the Fredericton Fire Fighters as they celebrate their 20th anniversary of the Ladder Sit for Muscular Dystrophy Canada. For apx. 60 hours, a Fire Fighter will be sitting in a bucket 100 feet in the air, while Fire Fighters/volunteers below will be collecting funds in their boots.
Once again, the Oromocto Professional Fire Fighters will be organizing their annual Ladder Sit for Muscular Dystrophy Canada. For apx. 32 hours, A Fire Fighter will be sitting in a chair 100 feet in the air, while Fire Fighters/volunteers below will be collecting funds in their boots.
Join the Westphal Cole Harbour Fire Fighters in their 29th year of organizing their annual Ladder-a-thon in support of Muscular Dystrophy Canada. For 50 hours, A Fire Fighter will sit in a bucket 100 feet in the air while Fire Fighters and Volunteers below are collecting funds in their boots.