Georgia Firefighters' Pension Fund

Georgia Firefighters' Pension Fund


  • Growth

    Helping Firefighters save since 1955

  • History of Service

    A History of Service


The Georgia Firefighters' Pension Fund was established as a voluntary pension system in 1955 by the Georgia General Assembly, to supplement primary pension benefits provided by entities establishing fire departments.

Learn more about our fund. 


If a volunteer department does not offer at least 8 hours of department training per month, in at least 10 months in a calendar year, the department “shall not be classified as a volunteer fire department for such calendar year and members of such department shall not be entitled to receive credit for service during such calendar year” (O.C.G.A. § 47-7-81 (a)(2)). If you have any questions regarding Volunteer Training requirements, please call this office at 770-388-5757 or email David Luther at



GFPF Rules and Regulations

The Rules and Regulations are available here


Board Votes to approve a COLA at the November 20, 2019 meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Georgia Firefighters' Pension Fund. The Board voted to grant a cost of living allowance (COLA) increase of 1.0% in pension benefits, payable to all current and future retirees. The increase is effective January 1, 2020 for benefits received January 31, 2020.











  • COLA

    Board votes to approve a COLA for January 2020. See details below.

  • Annual Report

    The Fiscal Year 2019 Annual Report is available. Please click here to view.