Experience The Park

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Monetary Donations

  • United Way
  • Education Bursaries
  • Kid's Sports Teams
  • The Bridge Church
  • Project Share
  • The Salvation Army
  • Alzheimer Society Niagara Foundation

In-Kind Donations (eg. rent-free facilities)

  • No One Goes Hungry
  • The Soup Kitchen
  • Scouts Canada
  • Amici Per La Vita Niagara Cycling Club
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • 2835 Army Cadets
  • YMCA Day Camps
  • Adventure Running Kids
  • Brown Owl Brownies Of Niagara Falls
  • Niagara Falls Disc Golf Club

Our Story

The Stamford Centre Volunteer Firemen's Association has a long history in Stamford/ Niagara Falls. We started in 1922 as fire protection for the village of Stamford until the eventual amalgamation with Niagara Falls in 1963. Since then we have continued on as a community based service club with our focus being the city of Niagara Falls. We are probably best known for two things: our annual carnival and of course Firemen's Park, our 135 acre wooded conservation area on the Bruce Trail in the north end of the city. This park is wholly owned and maintained by the SCVFA, and is available year-round for use by the community; individuals and groups. Our reach goes much further however; for example, in recent years, the SCVFA gave away the majority of our fundraising to various groups, organizations and special cases. These include: Sports teams, Educational Bursaries, Chair-a-Van, Victorian Order of Nurses car lease, United Way and Children's Camps. Our charitable donations also include financial relief for individual hardship cases such as buying wheelchairs or house renovations for handicapped persons.

After 75 years the SCVFA have sold our old Firehall on Longhurst Av. and on Saturday, September 5th 2009, the sod was turned for the construction of the new building at the park.

We now have a new Clubhouse/Hall and provide rental for events - public and private.

Experience The Park...

"In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect."