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Lawn Signs / Window Signs
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Minimum donation of $100
Click the button and select “Bumper Sticker:”
Minimum donation of $25
COVID-19 Commemorative Patch
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Minimum donation of $19
The First Responders Children’s Foundation Commemorative COVID-19 Response Patch recognizes the selfless dedication of first responders during the COVID-19 outbreak and honors first responder heroes on the frontlines during the pandemic.
The collectible patch displays service badges of first responder agencies including fire, police, and medical, and the added heart line pays tribute to nurses and medical personnel who are saving lives at great personal risk.
The patch is 5 inches in diameter and 100% embroidered with thread-cuts between letters. With the iron-on backing, you can support first responders by pressing the Commemorative Patch onto a T-shirt, sweatshirt, baseball cap, backpack, or gym bag.
The patch can also be displayed on a shelf or in a frame. Thank you for your support!
To donate by text, text THANKS to 24365.
Today, approximately 225 first responders are killed in the line of duty each year, leaving behind their children and families.
It is our mission to support those first responder family members left behind, to help them feel the strength of our community, and to honor their loved ones who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
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First Responders Children’s Foundation also supports, promotes, and facilitates educational activities and programs.
Today, Jillian Crane, President and CEO of First Responders Children’s Foundation, announced that Randy Acosta has been appointed as Chief Development Officer.
FRCF Resiliency Program Will Provide Mental and Behavioral Health Support for Children of First Responders
The First Responders Children’s Foundation Resiliency Program will protect and strengthen the mental resiliency of the children whose parents protect communities across the nation. These first responders often face challenges shielding their children from the stresses of their job.
Meet Ethan Hutchinson, 13, a junior first responder with Lafayette Fire Company in Lancaster, PA. Ethan dreams of becoming a firefighter like his dad, who’s a fire chief.
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