NVFD is always looking for more volunteers. Volunteering in our community provides a much needed service to our friends and neighbors, and you learn life saving skills and enjoy the sense of pride that comes from serving your community.

Volunteer firefighting is a service that saves the United States $139 billion a year. In American towns under 25,000 people, volunteers make up 95% of the firefighters.

Whether it's firefighting, EMS, or fundraising and support, your help is appreciated.

Contact us for more details! Those interested in emergency response should live or work in the immediate area near Newark, Vermont - 802-467-0003

Fill out our application online here!

While members aren't paid for their time, we offer the following benefits

-Career applicable training and classes, including nationally recognized EMT and Firefighter 1 and 2 certifications and regional fire schools

-Discounted unlimited cell phone service from FirstNet

-National Volunteer Fire Council membership, including life insurance, training and education discounts, scholarships, and service discounts

-Vermont State Firefighters Association membership

-Workers compensation in the event of a line of duty injury

-Access to a range of first responder discounts with your ID card

There’s a fire. You call for help. Who answers?

The vast majority of Americans live in places that don’t have a single firefighter on the payroll. “The Call” is a portrait of the volunteer fire service that steps up to answer this critical need, told in the unique voice of an animator who is also a volunteer firefighter.

Written, directed, animated, illustrated and narrated by Jonathan Weiss (
Score and sound design by William Cusick (

Additional voice acting by:
J.J. Kaveny, Emergency Communications Dispatcher, Vermont State Police
Ronald Waite II, Captain, Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department

Special Thanks:
Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department, Pawlet, Vermont (

Ready to answer the call?