Fop 128 | Southwestern Oakland County
Brothers and Sisters,
Today is #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.).
This holiday season, consider making a one-time or recurring monthly donation to the FOP Lodge #128 Benevolent Association.
The mission of the FOP Lodge #128, Benevolent Association is to provide financial assistance to the poor distressed and underprivileged, covering public safety employees’ dependents and other members of the community lessening the burden on government. It is believed that it is the responsibility of the law enforcement community to take care of each other and our families and the community at large during times of need. That is the purpose of the F.O.P., Lodge #128, Benevolent Association.
If our membership pledged $10 monthly recurring donation, we would raise over $28000 per year for our benevolent association.
Cops and Kids will be held at Meijer again this year. The date is set for December 8th, 2016.
Fop128 board member John Shier was in uniform this past weekend at the Annual Corn Roast in the city of Wolverine Lake. Officer Shier was on hand giving demo's to children aboard the police boat and squad cars.
Photos Courtesy Curtis Drogmiller
Details on the event can be found here: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/entertainment/events/2016/05/16/lions-top-local-police-charity-basketball/84465022/
The FOP128 monthly membership meeting was held on Wednesday April 7, 2016. Hope to see all of our members at the next one. Dinner was provided by Casey Ambrose.
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