Get Involved


Survive First relies on the contributions of our generous supporters to carry out our mission.  Whether monetary contributions, volunteering, or donating your space or services, it is you, the public, who make our work possible.


How Can You Help?

Volunteer Opportunities: Survive First often seeks volunteers to assist with various programs and events aimed at supporting first responder wellness. Whether it’s lending a hand at fundraising events, participating in awareness campaigns, or providing support at training sessions, volunteering with Survive First offers a meaningful way to contribute to the well-being of those in the public safety profession.

You can also support our mission by volunteering in your area of expertise. Volunteering your services to Survive First is not just an act of generosity; it’s a profoundly rewarding experience. By contributing your skills and expertise to support Survive First’s mission of enhancing first responder wellness, you’re directly impacting the lives of those who serve and protect our communities.


Donations and Fundraising: Supporting Survive First through donations or peer-to-peer fundraising efforts makes a significant impact on our ability to provide crucial resources and services to first responders and their families. Individuals and organizations can organize fundraisers, donate directly, or even set up recurring contributions to help sustain the organization’s mission.

By donating to Survive First, you’re not just offering financial support; you’re investing in the mental health and resilience of our frontline heroes. Your contribution enables Survive First to expand its reach, provide essential resources, and create a lasting impact on the well-being of first responders and their families. Together, we can ensure that those who dedicate their lives to public safety receive the care and support they deserve. Join us in making a difference today.


Spread Awareness: Another important way to get involved with Survive First is by spreading awareness about our initiatives and resources. Share our mission and programs with your network, whether it’s through social media, word of mouth, or organizing informational sessions within your community. By raising awareness, you can help ensure that more individuals in the first responder community are aware of the support available to them through Survive First.

By spreading awareness about Survive First and advocating for mental health in the first responder community, you’re helping to break down barriers and stigmas surrounding mental health issues. Your efforts contribute to creating a culture of openness and support, where seeking help is seen as a sign of strength rather than weakness. By amplifying Survive First’s mission, you’re ensuring that more individuals in the first responder community know about the resources and support available to them, ultimately saving lives and promoting healthier, happier workplaces. Join us in normalizing the conversation and making a positive impact on the well-being of those who serve and protect.


Join the Wellness Champions and Racing Team Program: Survive First’s Wellness Champions Team offers individuals within first responder community the opportunity to connect with other first responders and become advocates for mental health and wellness through sharing their personal journeys to physical fitness. 

Survive First’s Racing Team provides a unique avenue for individuals passionate about fitness and mental health to get involved and make a difference. By joining the team, members can participate in races and endurance events to raise awareness and funds for Survive First’s programs and initiatives. Anyone can be a part of the team!  Just purchase your racing kit and spread the word!  Whether you’re an experienced athlete or someone looking to challenge yourself while supporting a worthy cause, joining the Racing Team allows you to combine your love for fitness with a commitment to supporting the well-being of first responders.

We’d love to share your race pictures too!  Snap a picture of yourself in your race kit and send it to Karen Monda at