SACRAMENTO – On January 28 ,2019 the California Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) announced it would be sending additional disaster relief money to several California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) members as a result of additional donations earmarked for Camp Fire victims.
“As a law enforcement and public safety family, we want to do what we can to assist our brothers and sisters,” said California FOP President Roger Mayberry. “We assisted immediately with disaster relief and soon after additional donations were made to the California FOP Foundation specifically for the Camp Fire victims we had helped, so this week we will be mailing another check to several CSLEA FOP Lodge 77 members who had originally applied for assistance. It is our hope that we can help in this small way and that this unexpected check will assist our members in putting back the pieces of their lives and their homes.”
“The road to recovery following a disaster is always a long one, filled with financial, physical and emotional challenges,” said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona. “We thank California and National FOP for the help they have extended to our CSLEA FOP Lodge 77 members and associate members. There is no question that this is an organization that cares deeply about its members.”
Following the fires, CSLEA affiliates and FOP provided disaster relief assistance to Camp Fire victims who applied.
The California FOP Foundation, founded in 2010 to provide emergency benefits to California FOP members, law enforcement employees and the members of their families in times of crisis, accepts donations year-round.
If you wish to donate to the CA FOP Foundation, please send a check specifying CA FOP Foundation to President Mayberry at 13410 Hilltop Terrace, Valley Center, CA 92082
“The CA FOP Foundation is an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit, charitable organization. EIN 27-4036736.” – – California FOP