Firefighter Challenge Coins
Our custom ceramic chips and metal coins are great for fire department challenge coins. They are great for firefighters to hand out to kids or to other fire dept members. The coins also make great awards to signify various achievements. Other fire departments have used our coins as a membership token. There are many uses for these firefighter challenge coins...here are some examples!
Our metal challenge coins are a great choice to use as a fire department membership token. Since we offer these with no minimum order, they are a great alternative for even the smallest fire depts.
You can see these firefighter challenge coins were given to those members on the B shift, and features the names of all the firefighters. This is the silver rope option, we also offer a gold rope metal coin option.
I doubt that we'll ever get to be at a Presidential Inauguration, but our custom fire department challenge coins have been! We are very proud to have made these ceramic chips for the Washington DC Fire Department HazMat Response Team. This is a fantastic way to commemorate an event. Of course you don't need to be holding an event that the entire world is watching, we can make these for whatever your department is doing. The minimum order for the ceramic challenge coins is just 100 chips! You can choose from several different sizes including 39mm, 43mm, 46mm, and 49mm round chips. Each of the first three are standard poker chip thickness, while the 49mm chips are nearly twice as thick as a normal poker chip. What types of events will you use custom firefighter challenge coins for?
This artwork is for ceramic chips that we manufactured for the Professional Firefighters of Cedar Hills. This is another great example of fire department challenge coins being used as membership tokens within their group.
The bottom artwork shows the edge of the chips, reading Strength, Brotherhood, Courage, Loyalty. The ceramic chips can be customized on front, back, and edge. These firefighter challenge coins are a wonderful symbol to bring the group together.
This artwork was created for the Winter Park Fire Department C Shift. This is another great example of firefighter challenge coins that would be given to all of the members of a certain shift. These ceramic chips come in several sizes, with the 43mm and 46mm sizes being the most popular with our fire department customers.
These ceramic chips were made for the haz mat division of the Gwinnett Fire department. The tokens are a fun way to build comradery amongst the members of your fire dept!
Our ceramic chips make great awards for training completion. We all know how important training is in the life of a firefighter. They face extremely dangerous situations on a daily basis, and it is the training they go through which allows a firefighter to go home every night.
These tokens are a unique way to recognize the training completion of the members in your fire department.
Our firefighter challenge coins make a unique business card. Here's an example of a Fire Chief business card chip. This is also a great token to give to distinguished members of other fire departments, or to people that a firefighter helps throughout their day.
A fire can be a traumatic experience in a person's life. What a great momento it would be for a firefighter to give to a child who has just gone through a difficult experience!
We all know that funding for Fire Departments is getting more and more difficult to come by. This is an example of chips that were used in a fundraiser to support families of fallen Law Enforcement and Firefighters.
These chips from the Savannah Fire Department show two different uses in one. They are used as memorial chips, as well as tokens to commemorate their annual St. Patrick's day celebration. What a nice way to honor those who are no longer with us!
The Nevada Volunteer Fire Department challenge coins show several different ways to use these chips and coins. It is a combination of our ceramic chips, as well as the silver rope metal coins. At the top, you see 43mm ceramic chips that are used as "Thank you" tokens. These could be used to recognize financial donations or people who volunteer their time and efforts to help.
The second row shows a membership coin example. This one is the First Responder coin, and each of the First Responders would get one of these chips.
The bottom row shows the metal firefighter challenge coins being used as awards. Examples of these include Volunteer of the Year and Rookie of the Year. Since there is no minimum quantity on the metal coins, they are ideal for awards!
The firefighter challenge coins are a great way to reward those who donate their time and financially to support fire departments. The chips are an inexpensive way to show the appreciation to those who have supported the fire dept.
There are many ways that firefighters use our challenge coins. Our metal coins are great for small quantities as there is no minimum quantity. The ceramic coins are perfect for larger quantities (100 minimum chip order) and are an inexpensive alternative to traditional metal challenge coins. Thanks to the Miami Township 50 Truck for sending in this photo! We look forward to working with you to create your custom firefighter challenge coins!