24/7 Day: United We Serve

Honoring first responders who support our communities 24/7/365

24/7 Day honors first responders, service members, doctors, nurses, EMTs, fire and police, and other local heroes who work around the clock to support communities when disasters happen. The event is hosted by the NACS Foundation, along with participating convenience industry partners and the American Red Cross.

A Look Back at the First-ever 24/7 Day

Thank you to our convenience store partners Sheetz, RaceTrac, and Wawa as well as everyone who joined us on July 24, 2019 to honor local heroes and support the lifesaving work of the American Red Cross.

Sheetz served 500 free cups of coffee and fountain drinks to first responders in uniform as a way of saying ‘thank you.’ RaceTrac showed its love and support for first responders in uniform at all 539 locations. And last but not least, Wawa hosted a lunch for American Red Cross volunteers in eastern Pennsylvania to celebrate the big day.


To learn more about supporting 24/7 Day 2020, click below.

NACS Foundation supports the American Red Cross for 24/7 Day to celebrate community heroes and inspire volunteerism.

Every day, nearly 30,000 people receive assistance from the American Red Cross—that's more than 1,200 people helped every hour of the day, including a disaster every eight minutes. Convenience stores serve communities across the country impacted by disasters, and, in times of need, we are often the first stores open for water, food, fuel, and ATMs. By partnering with the American Red Cross, NACS Foundation is working to raise funds and awareness about response relief. Visit redcross.org to learn more.

Thank you to our sponsors and partners!

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