Masks for Many Project

The First Responders Foundation is partnering with the Omaha Fire Department and the Omaha Police Department to support the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) and the Douglas County Health Departments “Masks for Many” Project.

Omaha Fire Department Logo with waving American FlagDouglas County Health Dept logoMedical Reserve Corps logoOmaha Police Department badge

Although the City of Omaha is slowly beginning to regain normalcy, the COVID-19 pandemic is still an issue. Currently, there is no vaccine available to combat COVID-19. However, studies have proven that wearing masks, social distancing, and proper personal hygiene techniques (covering your cough/sneeze, handwashing, cleaning, etc.) have limited the rate of transmission and effectively slowed the spread of the virus. Let’s keep this momentum!

Take this opportunity to give, receive, and #ShowUsYourMask by supporting red and blue!

Each purchase of this reversible mask will donate 1 mask to an individual in a high-risk area of Omaha. Through this partnership and project, we aim to distribute 150,000 masks throughout the metro area.Red mask design with white American flag and "Support Red" text Masks For ManyBlue mask design with white American flag and "Support Blue" text Masks For Many

Order Your Mask Today (one side is Support Red and the other is Support Blue) and Help Us Distribute #MasksforMany!

If you want to make masks or have masks to donate, we accept those too! Please call the Omaha Fire Department at 402-444-3560 or visit their website at www.omaha-fire.org/community-involvement/maskproject for more information on how you can help!

Monetary donations will be accepted and used to purchase masks.  If you would prefer to make a monetary donation you may do so below.  Thank you!