The Wilton Firefighters Association (WFA) was established in the early 1960’s by three Wilton residents and former firefighters, Al Iaccopucci, Adolph Heim, and Hank Razano. With the morale and welfare of the Wilton community in mind, the founder’s objectives for the Association were to promote and provide for the benefit and well-being of the Wilton Community. These objectives were accomplished through monthly Association breakfasts, annual Association dinners, monthly blood drives, and various fund-raisers to raise monies for local community organizations, and the Firefighter’s Burn Institute,
Wilton Firefighters Association (WFA) has hosted one main event each year since September 2000, The Chili Cookoff & Classic Car Show, prior to Covid. Throughout the years we have dabbled in a few other events, such as boot drives, car washes, family movie nights, pancake breakfasts, and a 5K run/walk. Each of these events raises monies to support local community organizations and families. We wish to thank all of our community members for supporting these fund-raisers. It would be impossible to do what we do for the community, without your support.
Our Services to the Community
The Wilton Firefighters Association provides residents with the standard reflective Numerical Sign so that public safety personnel can locate your residence quickly in the event of an emergency. These signs are reflective and come in either Green or Blue. Please complete the attached Address Request Form.