Your donation helps us to accomplish our mission to strengthen the bonds between the Cleveland Division of Police and the citizens it serves, working together to make our city safer for all.
To accomplish that goal, the CPF works proactively to support and invest in programs, community policing initiatives and engagement, events that foster stronger relationships between citizens and police officers, and police charities.
The Cleveland Police Foundation is the official charity for the Cleveland Division of Police and the only organization authorized to solicit charitable contributions on its behalf. Contributions are tax deductible under section 501 (c)(3) of the IRS Code.
A member of or staff is happy to discuss how you, your company, or foundation can best invest in making our community safer. To learn more about our programs and giving opportunities, please contact us at 216-623-3333, or email@example.com.
If you would like to apply the donation to a specific program, please indicate that on the payment page (e.g., Cops for Kids, Holiday Party, Gifts for Kids in Need, Random Acts of Kindness Program, Annual Gun Buyback, Cleveland Police Athletic League (PAL), Police Memorial Society, Police Historical Society, Mounted Unit Charitable Trust or Cleveland Police Honor Guard.
Donations for the Memorial Expansion
Since the GCPOM was first dedicated in 1993, it’s been necessary to add the names of more officers that have made the ultimate sacrifice. It’s due to these losses and the discovery of more officers that died in the line of duty throughout the history of our region that it has become necessary to expand the Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial. The expansion is made possible through the generous donations made by our citizens. We invite you to join in this effort to honor those who gave their lives in service to our communities.
Donations for the Family of Officer David Fahey
Our condolences and love go to the family of Officer David Fahey, who was tragically killed while assisting at the scene of a crash on January 24, 2017. Officer Fahey was 39 years old. He was a proud graduate of St. Edward High School Class of 1995 and was a U.S. Navy veteran. We are collecting donations to benefit Officer Fahey’s family.
Donations for the K-9 Program
We invite your donations to help the CPD’s K-9 Program!
Random Acts of Kindness
This community outreach endeavor is to help families and individuals in need. Gift cards will be distributed to POs and Detectives to be given out during friendly encounters in keeping with the spirit of the Holiday Season.
Donate to Cops for Kids Holiday Party and Other Charitable Activities
Want to help out a child in need? We’re appreciative of your donation! The holiday party is one of many community outreach activities by the members of the CPD during the Christmas holiday season.
The Cleveland Police Foundation
1300 Ontario Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
Community Partnership and Sponsorship
If you would like to become a community partner or need additional information on partnering, please feel free to contact us at (216) 623-3333 or via email.