TEXAS POLICE CHIEFS ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION
Your Prayer Breakfast Table will benefit The Texas Police Chiefs Association Foundation Officer Death Fund for Officers Killed in the Line of Duty
You will receive:
A Breakfast table reserved in your name with 8 tickets/seats.
Special Recognition at Prayer Breakfast and the Conference Agenda
Dear Friend of Public Safety:
The Texas Police Chiefs Association Foundation is asking for your help!
Since 2005, our Foundation’s 'Survivors Benefit' fund has provided over $571,000 of much needed financial support to the surviving family members of Texas police officers who have lost their lives during the performance of their duties. No application process is required. Financial assistance is provided to the family within 24 hours of receipt of notification of a qualifying Texas LE death.
A major fundraiser for the Foundation’s Survivor Benefit fund is a Prayer Breakfast held each year during the Texas Police Chiefs Association Conference. The Prayer Breakfast has been a popular venue over the years. This year’s Prayer Breakfast will be Wednesday, August 26, 2020, at 7:30 a.m. at the Galveston Convention Center, in Galveston Texas. Table sponsorship opportunities of $1,000 are offered to individuals and businesses for a table of eight.
Sponsors will be individually recognized both at the breakfast and in the program. If either you or your place of business, are considering a charitable contribution this year, I can promise you that your funds and efforts will be greatly appreciated by the families of fallen officers.
Please register your table online by clicking on the registration link above or below. You may pay by credit card online or send a check by mail. Please send any other contributions payable to the TPCAF 'Survivors Benefit Fund', in care of:
Texas Police Chiefs Association Foundation
Elgin, Texas 78621
As always, your support of public safety in our great state is truly appreciated. Please contact me or the Texas Police Chiefs Association office if you have any questions regarding this endeavor.
Chief Barbara J. Childress (Ret.)
(Note: The Texas Police Chiefs Association Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) organization.)