Join the Cleveland Police Foundation (CPF) in celebrating and supporting our police officers during Police Officer Memorial Month and throughout the summer with the #weloveclevelandpolice social media campaign and contest.

How to Participate

  1. Spread the word: Use the #weloveclevelandpolice hashtag on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to show your appreciation for Cleveland police officers.
  2. Share your story: Enter the contest by sending a photo or a brief story about your positive experience with Cleveland police officers.
  3. Upload your entries: Fill out our form to upload your photos or stories for a chance to win exciting prizes.
  4. Read the rules: Make sure you comply with the contest rules outlined below.

The contest runs from May 1 to midnight August 1, 2023. Winners will be announced by August 31, 2023.

Contest Rules

  • Participants must submit photos or a brief story showcasing their appreciation for officers.
  • Images should include people posing with officers, police vehicles, or other relevant subjects.
  • The entries and winners will be featured on the foundation’s social media platforms.
  • The entries become the property of the Cleveland Police Foundation.
  • The decision of the judges will be final.

Entry Form

Click or drag a file to this area to upload.


The Foundation will provide 20 gift cards to the best entries. Gift cards include free attendance at theaters and sporting events, restaurants, and other venues.

Support the Cleveland Police Foundation

To support the Cleveland Police Foundation and their efforts to fund unfunded initiatives and needs for police officers, visit their website at www.clevelandpolicefoundation.org and click the Donate link on the home page or mail donations to:

Cleveland Police Foundation
2301 Payne Avenue, Suite 201
Cleveland OH 44114

Downloadable Sign

Click here to download a printable sign to show your support for the #weloveclevelandpolice campaign.

About the Cleveland Police Foundation

The Cleveland Police Foundation is an alliance of business and civic leaders, law enforcement organizations, and individuals committed to the ideal that an educated, well-trained, and modernly equipped law enforcement agency leads to a safer community. The CPF works proactively to support and invest in programs, community policing initiatives, and events that foster stronger relationships between citizens, the police officers, and police charities.