Charities We Support
To help us better serve you and our community we share, please feel free to join our mission by participating in any of our events or donating toward our cause.
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.
Special Olympics Northern California provides athletic opportunities to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, instilling the confidence they need to succeed in life.
Special Olympics Northern California is proud of the dedicated Law Enforcement personnel from all over Northern California who are committed to raising thousands of dollars for our athletes and for bringing public awareness to our Program.
Special Olympics - Police in Pursuit
Drivers raised a minimum of $750 and put the pedal to the medal in a 12 lap race against other law enforcement thrill seekers. Watch for the 2016 date and get ready to rev your engines!
Fallen Officer Foundation
The Fallen Officer Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support and financial assistance to Santa Cruz County First Responders and their families during times of crisis and special need.
Responders from all over Santa Cruz County join together to honor their fallen in a memorial relay. The relays starts and end in Aptos Village Park. Teams run under one of 3 categories:
Fire Law Enforcement/Corrections Non-Sworn (Dispatch, EMT, Probation, DA, Courts)
Operation Surf is an epic life-changing adventure for our wounded active duty military heroes – giving them confidence to move forward in a positive direction. Op Surf partners with Operation Comfort to bring this unique form of recreational rehabilitation to participants, exposing them to the healing power of the ocean through adaptive surfing taught by world-class instructors. Their week long all inclusive event provides an environment where participants work to overcome perceived limitations of their physical and psychological disabilities.
Human Trafficking Outreach in Thailand
Kenny and Catherine met in 2000 while working in camp ministry together. They married in 2002, and have three precious children, Maizie, Lucy, and Matthew. Through their adoption of Matthew, their hearts were broken, and their eyes were opened to the orphan crisis in the world. They felt a direct calling form God to serve the most vulnerable in the world, trafficked children. They are passionate about fighting child trafficking and bringing justice to these children. They believe that true healing comes from a relationship with Jesus Christ, and are thankful to be given the opportunity to be a part of the ZOE team.
The mission of the Victims' Assistance Program is to support Community Policing by helping to reduce the Community's fears and burdens from criminal activity. The Program will provide financial assistance to victims of violent crime or loss of property by building a partnership with the victim(s), the media, police officers, and members of the community. The Victims' Assistance Program will partner with local and national media to bring greater attention and community support to the needs of crime victims in our city. The program will consider applicants referred by the local media and will accept contributions from local businesses and residents to assist victims.