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Denver Police Officers Foundation

Please consider a donation to make sure the public servants who lay their lives on the line for their communities every day receive support in times of need.

 

The Denver Police Officers Foundation provides financial assistance to police officers and their immediate families in times of critical need – but we can’t do it without your help. Your donation, big or small, enables us to give back to these families when they need it most.

 

Please click below to make a donation of any amount to the Denver Police Officers Foundation. 

Thank you for your support.




All donations are tax deductible under the 501(c)(3) provisions of the federal tax code.

Donations allow the Denver Police Officers Foundation to assist in the following ways:

  • Providing emergency short- and long-term financial assistance for current and retired Denver police officers and their immediate family members.
  • Managing the Burg Simpson Law Firm College Scholarship, to provide financial aid toward tuition, fees, books, meal plans, or housing for children of active Denver police officers.
  • Managing the Jacques and Alexisa Bensard Medical Education Scholarship, a yearly scholarship awarded to a child or grandchild of a Denver police officer to assist with their medical education tuition.
  • Financially maintaining the Denver Police Memorial and coordinating the annual memorial celebration.
  • Assisting the Denver Police Department with the annual Thomas J. O’Byrne Health Fair to provide medical services and wellness counseling for public safety workers.

  • Supporting the Fallen Heroes Program, which raises money to send officers representing the Denver Police Department to the National Police Memorial in Washington, D.C.
  • Managing the Heal As You Feel program, which was created to deliver cards, flowers, or gift baskets to hospitalized officers and employees of the Denver Police Department. Additionally, this program offers emotional support to terminally ill officers and family members through informational meetings regarding medical issues, funeral arrangements, and family counseling.
  • Supporting the Spousal Support Group which provides education and counseling services to spouses who find the dangerous and stressful work of policing taxing on their relationship.
  • Managing the financial accounts of the Denver Police Pension Association to aid in medical emergencies and funerals for retirees in need of assistance.
  • Managing the Retired Officers’ Assistance Fund, which offers financial support for retirees experiencing medical emergencies and to help fund funeral expenses.