Door to Door Photo Fundraiser Returns - Please Support Us!
By Treasurer Phil Walsky
July 1, 2021

Our annual door-to-door photo drive fundraiser began on Saturday, May 22, 2021 and will run through at least August 2021. This annual event is our biggest fundraiser of the year, and this year it's more important than ever. With the cancellation of numerous fundraisers due to COVID-19, we are struggling to meet the obligations we have as a volunteer fire department. This includes our very own building, fleet of apparatus, and day-to-day operational costs. We need your help, so consider donating today!

As part of this fundraiser you will notice several folks working on our behalf to conduct this event. These individuals work for a third party and do receive a small portion of your donation, but understand no fundraiser can be conducted without costs to us. Our fundraisers will be following all of the CDC and Maryland recommended precautions. We realize you may not be comfortable answering your door or coming into contact with strangers. In this case, we ask you to be courteous to our staff and consider an online donation at

Again, we need your help. This virus has affected us all, but many haven't considered the devastating effects to our department and others. Please support us today!

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John Ehman 3rd. June 04, 2021 at 9:52 AM
Are cash contributions tax deductible?

Lake Linganore Family June 09, 2021 at 2:51 PM
Our family donates annually via the mail donation request (for 20 years so far). We appreciate the New Market Volunteer Fire Dept and how extremely important and valuable it is, for everyone's safety, lives and properties.

Unfortunately, the 'door to door' campaign this year (2021) involved pounding on our door several times in the middle of the day (ignoring a 'Private property, No solicitors' sign on the front door).

It would be helpful if the third party solicitors for the Fire Dept would 1) read and follow posted notices and if knocking: 2) just knock once and if no one responds, leave the property asap.