Welcome to the Benedict Volunteer Fire Department, Rescue Squad and Auxilary
Prouldy serving Charles County, Maryland since 1950
Please visit our Events Page to see all the Activites we are hosting this year.
Please call the station @ 301-274-3890 or drop by to pick up an application today!!
As becoming a volunteer member of a fire department you receive several benefits.
1. Free fire and emergency medical training through the University of Maryland.
2. Receive College Credits for all formal training.
3. Self satisfaction from helping the community.
4. A variety of friendships.
5. The ability to work as a team.
6. Maryland state tax break.
7. Retirement pay
8. Respect from individuals in the community.
3rd Annual Santa Fun Run/Walk 5K
December 10, 2016
Gates open at 2pm, Run/Walk starts at 3:30pm
Registration is now OPEN!! Click on the link below.
The Benedict VFDRS&A will be having a Chicken Dinner On November 13, 2016. Carryout orders will be $15.00. You can also eat in, Ages 9 through Adult $15.00 per person, Ages 8 and under $6.00 Fried Chicken, Green Beans, Parsley Potatoes, and Fruit cocktail.... (Full Story)
On Saturday, October 29th from 4pm to 7pm, We will be hosting a Fire Prevention Open House and a Youth Halloween Party. We will have Music, Kids Dance Contest, Costume Contest, Games and Fire and EMS Demonstration & Activities. Light Snack and Refreshment will be provided.
Bring the whole family for a fun and safe evening together with the Members of the Benedict Volunteer Fire Department.
On Sunday, July 10 from 1pm - 5pm the members of the Benedict Volunteer Fire Department, Rescue Squad and Auxiliary held a Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser at the station for the community. The cost was $10. Dinner included spaghetti, meatballs, salad, corn, garlic bread, Sweet Tea, Pink Lemonade and your choice of many desserts. The event had a great turn out and we hope you enjoyed it. Many thanks ... (Full Story)
Saturday, June 25, 2016, local public service agencies gathered at the Charles County Government Building in La Plata. Engine 5-4 and EMS Utility 5 stood by and participated in Touch a Truck. Benedict Volunteers showed young children the fire apparatus as well as taught them the job duties of a fire fighter. The benefit was a complete success. ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Wednesday, June 23, Firefighter Joel Collins drove Engine 54 to Ocean City for the 124th annual Maryland State Fireman's Association Convention Parade. The parade began at 1pm, after the parade, Engine 54 was awarded the Brush Unit-Honorable Mention. Great job on the dedication and pride shown and a good representation on the department.