NIHB Act of Love Campaign: Keeping Tribal Communities Safe

The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) launched the Act of Love Campaign in summer 2020 to depoliticize masks while encouraging American Indians and Alaska Natives to #wearamask to keep loved ones safe from COVID-19. Protecting elders, healthcare workers, and Native children and youth are acts of Love. If you have received the COVID-19 vaccine, continue to show Acts of Love by wearing a mask, keeping your distance, and washing your hands to keep our Tribal communities strong and thriving.

NIHB encourages Tribal members, friends, family, partners, supporters, funders, and allies of Tribal health and Indian Country to share your masked selfie with NIHB or order your own NIHB Act of Love mask today!

The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) is pleased to release a video message from (then) Acting Chairman William Smith about protecting yourself and others during the pandemic.

Contact Us

To learn more about NIHB’s Act of Love campaign, contact Darby Galligher at [email protected].

For media inquiries, contact Janee Andrews at [email protected]

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