Georgia Firefighters' Pension Fund

Georgia Firefighters' Pension Fund

 

 

  • Growth

    Helping Firefighters save since 1955

  • History of Service

    A History of Service

Welcome


Advisory!

In an effort to prioritize the health and well-being of our employees and community, effective immediately, please:

  • Understand that our physical office remains closed to non-employees
  • All communications with the office should be done via phone 770-388-5757 or email until further notice
  • If you have a physical check or paperwork that you wish to deliver to the office, there is a dropbox located at the front door that is checked daily
    • If your matter is non-urgent, please mail it to the office as follows:
      • Attn Operations Dept, 2171 Eastview Pkwy, Conyers GA 30013
    • If your matter is urgent, please call the office at 770-388-5757 to schedule an appointment

Thank you in advance for your understanding.


Attention Volunteer and Combination Departments and Volunteer Members:

Effective immediately, the Board of Trustees has decided to suspend the 8 hour per month group training requirement for departments with volunteer members in the Fund beginning March 16, 2020 through December 31, 2020. 
Volunteer members will not lose creditable service if their department did not offer group training for the period mentioned above. Any group training hours already accumulated, can be used towards the department, and the volunteer’s 2020 training total.

If you have any questions, please email them to David Luther at luther@gfpf.org. Any changes or updates will be posted on our website. Thank you all very much for the service you provide to your communities.
C. Morgan Wurst

 


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. 

 


GFPF Rules and Regulations

The Rules and Regulations are available here
 

COLA

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.