10th annual Firefighters masquerade
Monday october 29th 2018
$40 unlimted drinks!!!!!!
doors open at 6pm
Costumes a must, Bring your best!!!!
42-38 9th street
Long Island City
If you are an employee of the NYC Fire Department, uniformed or civilian, Fire or EMS, and have not yet joined the FDNY Hispanic Society or know someone in the same situation, we urge you to come, visit, attend one of our events or meetings and see for yourself what we are all about. Check our Calendar of Events for the next scheduled event or meeting.
For payments for the Hispanic Society Membership Dues please enroll thru the ESS / or pay now online through Paypal with a credit/debit card.
This Sunday, August 5, 2018, we will be marching and representing the FDNY Hispanic Society in the Ecuadorian independence day parade. Full Class "A' uniform to march. Afterparty details are below, as well as parade logistics. Come out to support our Ecuadorian brothers and sisters from FDNY! Rumor of the Mayor and other Political figures making an appearance, let's show them a good turnout and FDNY Hispanic Pride!
36th Annual Ecuadorian Parade
Date: Sunday, August 5, 201&
Muster/Vehicle Arrival Time: 10:30 am
Muster-up Location: Corner of 69 Street and Northern Blvd Queens NY
Step-Off time: 12 pm
The afterparty will be in the same place as Colombian parade,
The "Yeras" Restaurant and sports bar
86-09 Northern Blvd
Jackson Heights, Queens
$50 per person (tax & tip included)
Open bar for 4 hours, with $2 premium drinks
This Sunday, July 22, 2018, we will be marching and representing the FDNY Hispanic Society in the Colombian independence day parade. Full Class "A' uniform to march. Come out to support our Colombian brothers and sisters from FDNY!
Event: 2018 Colombian Day Parade
Date: Sunday July 22, 2018
Muster Up Time: 1100hrs
Step-Off Time: 1200hrs
Location: Northern Blvd and 69 Street
after parade party.....
@ Pio Pio and Yeras
Hello Members, Family, and Friends,
Please join us and Celebrate Puerto Rican pride by marching with the
FDNY Hispanic Society, Sunday, June 10th. Our Beloved Island was devastated by hurricane Marie last September, let us show our support for the families and friends affected not only on the island but here in one of New York City's largest annual ethnic parades.
Meet up on 44th Street (between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue) - facing 5th Ave.
Time: 1000 Hours (Vehicles: 0900 Hours).
FULL CLASS "A" UNIFORM TO MARCH
Immediately after the march, join us for our "after the parade" celebration.
Taino Towers Crystal room (4th floor)
240 east 123 rd street bet 2 cd and 3rd Ave
Adults $10, (13 and under free)
Can not wait to see you all!
T-shirts and raffle tickets will be available for purchase, Buy your Station/Company Number before its gone
On the One year anniversary of the lost of our Sister EMT Yadira Arroyo, a candle light vigil is her memory at the location of her MURDER.
We ask an All hands attendance at the location.
Friday, March 16th, 2018
corner of White plains Rd. and Watson ave at 1700 hours
In February 2018, the FDNY Hispanic Society Attended the new Broadway Show: John Leguizamo "Latin History for Morons". Members of the Society and their guests met John afterwards and presented him with gifts afterwards"
Come and celebrate Christmas with our Brothers and Sisters of the FDNY Hispanic Society
as well as support, Puerto Rican Children affected by Hurricane Maria and
the recently displaced families from recent fires in the New York City
Give the gift of joy during this holiday season with a gift of a TOY!
Our Host , Port Morris Distillery NY
780 East 133 street
Bronx, New York 10454
Bring a NEW unwrapped toy and we'll gift you a drink.
Live entertainment by La Parranda,
Johnny Mambo y kyle
and music by
DJ Santy Gold
Food will be served from 7pm-9pm
SPECIAL THANKS TO THOMAS DIOP
OWNER/MANAGER OF THE
177A EAST MAIN STREET
NEW ROCHELLE, NY 10801
FOR HIS GENEROUS OFFER TO HELP SHIP TOYS TO PEURTO RICO!!!
Every year, The Boys’ Club of New York feeds nearly 200 boys a Thanksgiving Dinner at the Gerry Clubhouse in East Harlem. Last year with the help of community partners and support from individuals, more than 200 families were provided with a turkey and fixings to make their own dinner at home.
This year the drive is aiming to increase the number of families to 400: 250 for Boys Club members’ families and an additional 150 for community residents of El Barrio and South Bronx.
Please join this effort by sponsoring meals for families this Thanksgiving. The meal feeds four people and includes a turkey, a vegetable, a starch, and dessert.
The Second Annual Turkey Drive will take place on Saturday, November 18 from 10:0am - 2:00 pm.
Thanksgiving Dinner is a holiday tradition that our boys and clubhouse staff cherish deeply. With 80 percent of Boys Club members living in lower-income or poverty households, it may be the only Thanksgiving meal they will enjoy. Any contributions you can give to this effort would not only be greatly appreciated but also appropriately recognized.
If you wish to make a donation, please follow this link: https://www.bcny.org/bcny-second-annual-turkey-drive/
Anyone interested in volunteering to go to Puerto Rico, please go to this website and sign up. Flights and accommodations will be arranged and covered. You will only be responsible for having the time off to go. It is a week-long commitment. If you have family in need of assistance, you would be able to help as well as countless other families affected by the hurricane.
NYC Shields Hosting Benefit Concert for Puerto Rican First Responders at Hostos Community College in conjunction with
NYPD Hispanic Society, FDNY Hispanic Society, Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation, Bronx Borough President Office.
Nov 12 (postponed from Oct 29th)
FDNY Hispanic Society making donation of $2500 ( Via Donation from the FDNY Uniform Fire Officers Association) for Puerto Rico Relief at The Boricuafest
hosted by Port Morris distillery, Bx Draft house, Bronx Borough President and Bronx Overall Economic Development corporation.
Members and families are urged to attend. $60 for adults $30 for Kids, enjoy crafts / music / food.
All proceeds go toward La Unidad Latina Foundation and Puerto Rico Dept of Education to rebuild schools on the island.
In an effort to be more involved with events/issues affecting Latino communities FDNY Hispanic Society along with New York Dominican Officers Organization State Senator Marisol Alcantara and Montefiore Hospital will be marching and providing life safety resources at upcoming March/Health Fair to raise awareness for research on prostate cancer. We need members to come out March and volunteer from 10am-1pm help provide helmets coloring books and volunteer
Event: Hispanic Day Parade
Date: October 8, 2017
Step-Off Time: 1200
Arrival Time of Vehicles: 1100
Location: W. 44th Street between Madison and 5th Avenues