OMAHA -- - The Omaha Professional Firefighters Association presented a check of $12,500 to help local breast cancer programs on Wednesday.
The funds came from Project Pink'd light bulb and t-shirt sales. Plus, the hashtag #OmahaPinkdOut also helped raise $1 each time it showed up on social media during the month of October.
This is the fourth year Omaha firefighters partnered with Project Pink'd to help fight breast cancer.
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