White Ribbon Campaign

Thank You Healthcare Heroes White Ribbon

Support COVID-19 front-line workers by displaying a white ribbon

Americans are doing their part to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus by staying home when possible. Meanwhile, healthcare workers and first responders in all lines of work are rushing in to care for those persons sickened by this virus.

Let’s show our support for all first responders to the COVID-19 crisis. Display a white ribbon outside your home or place a white ribbon image in your front window to let all individuals working to keep you safe know that you have their backs.

If you don’t have white ribbon, please don’t go out to buy supplies.

Print this white ribbon image and carefully cut it out to display in your window. Or just create your own white ribbon image if you don’t have access to a printer.

“Seeing the white ribbons around the community is so heartwarming... From the very bottom of a tired nurse’s heart – and on behalf of all our nurses working so hard and tirelessly – I just want the community to know that these gestures, and all of the support, really means a lot to all of us and helps us through the bad days.” -Marissa Rodgers, RN
Thank You for Your Support!

White ribbons are going up across Michigan to show support for the healthcare workers and first responders who continue to tirelessly and bravely fight this pandemic.

Join us in this campaign!

Show your support on social media

Support our healthcare workers and first responders on social media! Download the white ribbon message and share with your followers using #WhiteRibbonHeroes. Downloadable images are sized for the following social media channels:

Share your #WhiteRibbonHeroes support

Show us how you're supporting healthcare heroes by using the hashtag #WhiteRibbonHeroes.

Not on social? No problem! Send a photo of your white ribbon support to whiteribbon@hfhs.org. We may feature your image on our website and/or our social media channels.

Share this page with family and friends locally and across the nation and help make this campaign go viral.

Frame your social media profile picture

Show your support on Facebook with our new temporary profile picture frame for all of our healthcare team members and first responders

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