Community Partners of the Month

CPF Community Partner of the Month - April 2023 - Sherwin Williams (West Park)

Captain Tim Maffo-Judd and his Second District Officers recently identified an opportunity in an unused jail within their district. Rather than allowing the space to continue to sit unused, they envisioned it as a new location to hold roll calls and eat lunches. To make this vision a reality, they reached out for support to the Cleveland Police Foundation, which graciously assisted by providing financial support for necessary supplies like paint.

The team at Sherwin Williams (West Park) also stepped up to the plate to assist in this endeavor. Without hesitation, Sherwin Williams provided the Cleveland Police Foundation with discounts on paint and other supplies. This generosity enabled the officers to move forward with their project and transform the jail into a clean, comfortable space for conducting roll calls, holding meetings, and taking breaks.

The renovation was a true team effort, but a special note of gratitude is due to Sherwin Williams (West Park). Their contribution was instrumental in bringing this vision to life. For their support and collaboration with our CPD officers, the Cleveland Police Foundation is proud to name Sherwin Williams (West Park) as our Community Partner of the Month for April 2023.

– Bob Guttu, Cleveland Police Foundation

(Nominated by CPD Captain Tim Maffo-Judd)

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About the Community Partner of the Month Program

The Cleveland Police Foundation has implemented the Community Partner of the Month Award, given to individuals from the community who strive to support the mission goals of The Cleveland Division of Police and the CPF. These good folks support law enforcement and continue on a daily basis to help improve their individual neighborhoods. Award recipients receive a plaque and appropriate recognition. Thank you to these achievers!


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.

We provide funding for youth and community outreach programs, community policing and engagement initiatives, safety & crime prevention programs, and support the members of the Cleveland Division of Police to help them better perform their duties. Contributions to the CPF are tax deductible under section 501 (c)(3) of the IRS Code.

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