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Our Team is fully funded through sponsors, donations, and grants as we do not receive or accept any federal, state, county, or municipal government funding.  As a Tennessee Non-Profit Corporation registered under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, the Fayette County Technical Rescue Team is dependent on donations and all donations to the Team are tax-deductible as allowed by law.  All of our members are volunteers who donate their time and hearts to something they believe in.

If you would like to make a TAX DEDUCTIBLE donation as part of our annual fundraising drive, you can send a donation BY MAIL to:

3565 Highway 57, Rossville, TN 38066

or securely donate to our Team ONLINE by clicking the “DONATE” or “SUPPORT US” tabs above.

Thank you for your consideration and we hope that you can help!



FCTRT is Finishing Six Years of Service to the Mid-South

The Fayette County Technical Rescue Team is in the process of completing six years of volunteer service to the mid-south with its annual fundraising drive.  The Team is a Special Operations Rescue Squad that provides services not only in Fayette County but all over West Tennessee, North Mississippi, and East Arkansas that is comprised entirely of experienced and highly trained volunteers.  Its mission is to employ the use of specialized equipment and technical rescue skills for emergency events that are “outside the norm” of a typical emergency call for the local emergency response agencies such as search and rescue incidents for lost persons, water rescue incidents, dive rescue and recovery incidents, animal rescue incidents, natural disaster incidents, trench rescue incidents, rope rescue incidents, and more.  FCTRT is the only Active Unit Member of the Tennessee Association of Rescue Squads located in FayetteCounty and is comprised of current and former emergency responders, former military and police personnel, and individuals from the private sector to bring a diverse and broad base of backgrounds and experiences into one cohesive unit.  These individuals volunteer their time not because they have something to gain but because they want to help others using their background, training, and experience to help the residents and local emergency responders in the mid-south.


FCTRT to Host Ribbon Cutting and Open House of New Headquarters

The Fayette County Technical Rescue Team, in conjunction with the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce, will host a Ribbon Cutting and Open House of their new headquarters and training facility on Thursday, November 19, 2015 at 5:30 p.m.  The Team’s new headquarters is located at 3565 Highway 57 in Rossville, Tennessee – between the DeWitt Community Center and the Golden Jerusalem Church.


“We are inviting everyone to attend the ribbon cutting and open house to see what our Team is all about, the services that our Team provides to the mid-south, and to take a private tour of our facilities and training props,” stated Commander Kevin Snider.  “Our volunteer rescue squad headquarters and training facility is the only one of its type in the mid-south, and we are honored to be located in Rossville,” said Snider.



Dear Resident,

Now in existence for well over 5 years, the Fayette County Technical Rescue Team continues to strive to expand its programs and offerings in the entire mid-south area.  Our local Team is an all VOLUNTEER Special Operations Rescue Squadthat employs the use of specialized equipment and technical rescue skills for emergency events that are “outside the norm” of a typical emergency call for our local fire departments and other local emergency response agencies.  We respond, when requested by local emergency response agencies, to most of West Tennessee, North Mississippi, and East Arkansas.  Since our inception in 2010, we have completed dozens of activations, deployments, and operational readiness exercises from Dyersburg, Tennessee to Byhalia, Mississippi and everywhere in between.  In addition, we work regularly with local emergency response agencies such as the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department   K-9 Unit and provide our services all across the mid-south region.  Moreover, our Team believes in community outreach, community education, and assisting the citizens and local emergency response agencies in our area.  To that end, our Team is heavily involved in various free community outreach and first responder education programs such as free CPR classes, free emergency vehicle operator courses, free vehicle extrication classes, and more.