Tools that Save More Lives

Your gift to the Medic One Foundation’s Equipment Fund provides fire departments with the tools they need to respond to life-threatening medical emergencies. Each year, we identify communities and fire departments where assistance is needed to purchase critical patient care and training equipment that will improve the quality of care—and, help save more lives.

Through our donors’ generous support, we have awarded more than $1 million in equipment grants for communications and disaster response, defibrillators, jaws of life, stretchers, blood pressure monitors, CPR training manikins, aid units, and much more!

Please donate to the Equipment Fund to ensure that first responders have the necessary equipment they need to save lives.


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Recent EMS Equipment Grant Recipients

King County Medic One
Eight helicopter paramedic rescue harnesses

King County Fire District 44 (Mountain View Fire & Rescue)
Airway management trainer

Snohomish County Fire District 16 (Lake Roesiger)
Ex-Glide evacuation stair chair

Snohomish County Fire District 25 (Oso)
Stethoscopes, blood pressure cuffs, triage kits, and portable scene lights

Snohomish County Fire District 26 (Gold Bar)
Stokes basket and rescue wheel

Valley Regional Fire Authority
Four portable suction units

Whatcom County Fire District 5 (Point Roberts)
Three training simulators: Adult airway, pediatric ALS, and O.B.


If your agency is a primary nonprofit provider of emergency medical services for a community located in King County or a neighboring county, please click here to apply for an equipment grant.