Firefighters Raise $55 Thousand at 10th Annual Fire & Rain Firefighter Bachelor Auction

Eighteen of Southern Nevada’s finest firefighters put themselves on the line – for a good cause – at the 10th Annual Fire & Rain Firefighter Bachelor Auction, held Saturday, June 6 at RAIN Nightclub inside the Palms Casino Resort.

The 10th Annual Fire & Rain Firefighter Bachelor Auction at RAIN Nightclub at the Palms Casino Resort yielded more than 700 attendees and raised $55,000 for the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation and the UMC Burn Center.
The 10th Annual Fire & Rain Firefighter Bachelor Auction at RAIN Nightclub at the Palms Casino Resort yielded more than 700 attendees and raised $55,000 for the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation and the UMC Burn Center.
Firefighter bachelor, Nick Pickard heats up the room with three lucky ladies at the bachelor auction on June 6. Pickard from Las Vegas Fire & Rescue, was auctioned off to the highest bidder for $1,800. His date package included MGM show tickets, dinner for two, a spa package and a membership to Gold’s Gym.
Firefighter bachelor, Nick Pickard heats up the room with three lucky ladies at the bachelor auction on June 6. Pickard from Las Vegas Fire & Rescue, was auctioned off to the highest bidder for $1,800. His date package included MGM show tickets, dinner for two, a spa package and a membership to Gold’s Gym.
Las Vegas’ most eligible firefighter bachelors strut their stuff to raise money for the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation and the UMC Burn Center. Each bachelor prize package included a variety of luxurious items ranging from hotel suites and dinners for two, to show tickets, spa packages and jewelry.
Las Vegas’ most eligible firefighter bachelors strut their stuff to raise money for the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation and the UMC Burn Center. Each bachelor prize package included a variety of luxurious items ranging from hotel suites and dinners for two, to show tickets, spa packages and jewelry.

“There were a lot of people who poured their hearts and souls into making this event possible and it is fulfilling to see so much community support,” said Warren Whitney, Public Information Officer and spokesperson for the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation. “From the outstanding support we received from our bachelors, community partners and public supporters who attended the event, the Burn Foundation was able to raise $55,000, which will benefit Southern Nevada families in need.”

The Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation, a non-profit organization guided by valley firefighters from Clark County Fire Department, Las Vegas Fire & Rescue, North Las Vegas Fire Department, Nellis Air Force Base Fire Department, and Henderson Fire Department, is a charitable organization that assists the Southern Nevada community during catastrophic situations and provides assistance for sick or injured children through financial aid and donations. More than 18,000 Las Vegas Valley residents have benefited from the Burn Foundation in the past two years and the organization has raised more than $700,000 for the Southern Nevada community since 2003.