Since the inception of Thank You First Responder (TYFRO) in 2015, individuals, communities, organizations and First Responder supporters from 20 U.S. states, Canada and the UK have contacted our organization requesting the sheet music to the Thank You First Responder National Anthem, and permission to use the Official Music Video and Logo for local activities to thank First Responders.

Schools, service organizations and churches have utilized the Thank You First Responder National Anthem written by singer-songwriter and TYFRO Co-Founder Matt Jackson, along with other creative ideas provided by the organization, to assist communities in efforts to show appreciation and create a Culture of Thank You for our national heroes. Activists from Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia have engaged the organization.

“We encourage everyone who wants to show support for First Responders in their communities to download the sheet music at http://thankyoufirstresponder.org/download-sheet-music/” said Ron Polito, Co-Founder and Chief Convergence Officer. “All we ask in return is that you try to provide us with a photo(s) and or video of the event so we can add it to our growing story of tributes to First Responders.”

You can help promote a Culture of Thank You for First Responders by sharing this story with friends, family members, neighbors, community leaders and organizations so that ALL First Responders may be appreciated for their tireless efforts to keep us all safe by putting their lives on the line to protect and enhance our country and way of life.

Please contact TYFRO at info@ThankYouFirstResponder.org for more information to create First Responder Appreciation activities in your community.

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