As proud members of the Omaha community, we work hard every day to provide all citizens with the exemplary level of emergency services you have come to expect. Our mission is to respond promptly to all 911 calls and to maintain the fastest possible response times for all emergencies.
Our members not only go above and beyond in their work for the Omaha Fire Department and The Omaha Professional Firefighters Association; many also make time in their personal lives to serve – their country, their community and their neighbors. Take a look at some of the stories that make our membership so strong.
The Omaha Professional Fire Fighters Association, Local 385, is proud to once again partner with Project Pink’d, a local nonprofit dedicated to supporting the mind, body and spirit of those diagnosed with breast cancer, on their #OmahaPinkdOut program.
The #OmahaPinkdOut initiative encourages Omahans to “Light It Up Pink’d” by purchasing a pink light bulb or flood light for their home’s exterior and keeping it lit throughout October. The public is encouraged to take photos alongside the lit bulbs and share them on social media with the hashtag #OmahaPinkdOut. For every photo shared using that hashtag during the month of October, the Fire Union will donate $1 back to Project Pink’d.
Bulbs are available for purchase from Sept. 18-Oct. 1 at the Union Hall, 6005 Grover St., for $5 each. T-shirts are also available for purchase at the hall for $15 each. All profits will be donated to Project Pink’d, which reinvests funds into local programs that helps breast cancer survivors thrive.
From Oct. 21 to Oct. 25, 2013, the Omaha Fire Fighters commissioned a survey of residents who live within the service area of the Omaha Fire Department.