Supported Charities

Each year we strive to donate not only monetarily, but our time and volunteer hours throughout the community to benefit numerous charities, groups and national organizations.

Please feel free to join our mission by volunteering or make a donation to our association so WE CAN CONTINUE our community outreach. Be sure and sign up for our e-newsletter to receive information about our events, updates and latest news.

To submit a donation, please mail to:
PO Box 11450, Oakland, CA 94611

No Kid Hungry

1 in 6 children in America faces hunger, all across the United States, in every community. It's real. With your help, we can change it. When you become part of No Kid Hungry, you're joining a movement of teachers, chefs, community leaders, parents, lawmakers and CEOs with a shared belief: no kid in America should go hungry.

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is centered in the 400 block of E Street, NW, Washington, DC and is the nation’s monument to law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. Dedicated on October 15, 1991, the Memorial honors federal, state and local law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the safety and protection of our nation and its people.

California Peace Officers Memorial

A nonprofit charitable foundation whose mission is to recognize and honor California’s peace officers who gave their lives In The Line of Duty serving the citizens of this great state, and provide support to the family members left behind.

Piedmont Police Department Explorers Program

Explorers receive training at monthly meetings, including the criminal justice system, law enforcement procedures, patrol procedures, community policing, investigations, evidence collection, firearm safety, self-defense and other law enforcement tasks and responsibilities. Under the guidance of Piedmont Police Department Explorer Post Advisors and officers, the Explorers will develop personal confidence, leadership and teamwork skills.

The Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR)

LETR began in 1981 when Wichita, Kansas, Police Chief Richard LaMunyon created the Torch Run. He thought the Torch Run would help law enforcement be active in the community and support Special Olympics Kansas. In 1983, Chief LaMunyon presented the program to the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). They decided to endorse Torch Run and became the “Founding Law Enforcement Organization.” With the IACP’s support, LETR became the movement's largest public awareness and fundraising group for Special Olympics.

The Martin C. Kauffman 100 Club of Alameda County

The mission of The Martin C. Kauffman 100 Club of Alameda County is to provide immediate financial assistance to the families of Police Officers and Firefighters killed in the line of duty in Alameda County. It is also the mission of the club to provide college scholarships for the children as well as an annual Holiday gift.

9-99 Foundation

The National 9-99 Police and Sheriff Foundation raises funds for injured or fallen officers and their families, invests in K9 safety and training, and provides counseling and mental health resources to all officers in need.

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