100% of profits are donated to Omaha organizations in need.
“Watching the community respond to COVID-19 and engage in an essential conversation about inequality has been inspiring and affirming. We should be proud of our city while also acknowledging how far we have to go. To do that, we need to unite as a community. We need to help those in need. And we need to be rallied under the same flag,” stated Greg Daake, Principal & Creative Director at Daake & AMA Omaha Executive Advisory Council Member.
Daake, creator of the Omaha Flag Project, wanted to create something that would give Omaha a spark of civic pride and unity. The spirit of the project has always been to stitch Omaha together at every corner. Daake wanted people who visit Omaha to see it and want to be a part of it. The project’s relevance has continued to grow by the day.
Here’s how it works:
• Merchandise is made with privately-funded donations.
• This is done at zero cost to Omaha or its taxpayers.
• All profits go to a great cause each month.
Currently, all profits go to the Omaha Metro Health Care Coalition to help supply the region’s health care workers, first responders, and long-term care facility staff.