About National First Responders Day
First responders including firefighters, police officers, nurses, doctors, military personnel, and anyone else who works in the healthcare field, our hats go off to you, day in and day out. We support you protecting and taking care of the people that live in the United States of America.
In 2019, the United States Senate passed a resolution designating October 28th as National First Responders Day to honor the men and women putting their lives on the line.
In 2020, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said: "This is an important day–one that aptly honors the brave men and women who put other lives ahead of their own when they step out onto the frontlines. On behalf of all New Yorkers, I am proud to offer my profound gratitude to these heroic first responders for their noble service and sacrifice. From our paramedics, EMTs, firefighters, and police officers, to our 911 dispatchers and medical personnel, we are blessed with extraordinarily courageous individuals, committed to protecting others despite risks to their own health and safety. In today’s unprecedented times, their dedication has not wavered, and we are forever indebted."