Drivers can give back by gassing up starting tomorrow with the Swift Current Fire Department.

Firefighters from the Swift Current Fire Department will be at Fas Gas on North Service Road East tomorrow from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. They will be accepting donations for the Saskatchewan Professional Firefighters and Paramedics Association Burn Fund. 

Carrying one of the donation boots, a literal firefighter rubber boot to deposit cash donations in, will be Aaron Stewart, a Lieutenant with the Swift Current Fire Department. 

"We'll be walking around with boots for donations if you would like to make a cash donation," said Stewart. "Also, every litre you buy from Fas Gas tomorrow will be matched with the five-cent donation from Fast Gas to the Burn Fund."

The money raised will go towards anything burn victim-related. Be that medical expenses, treatment upgrades at the hospital, or other burn victim services. 

Stewart is hopeful they can fill the boots with cash donations, as they will be spending nine hours tomorrow at Fas Gas. 

"It'll be just a big rubber fire boot we'll be walking around with, looking for just any cash donations to supplement the $0.05 per litre that day," said Stewart. 

If anyone is looking to fill up their slip tank, fuel truck, or other high-capacity unit, they are encouraged to stop by during the day and help make a difference for burn survivors. Fas Gas will be opening the promotion at 6 a.m. before the firefighters arrive. 

For the kids, the firefighters will have their retro unit on site, along with some goodie bags to give away. 

"It's a nice old antique truck we have and that will be sitting in the corner just to kind of draw eyes to the building," said Stewart. 

Folks who find the time today can make a stop at Fas Gas to drop off cash donations a day early. For the month of June, the service station has had a donation boot available to drop off any donations.