FOP Legal Defense Plan
Silicon Valley Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 52, honors law enforcement Officers and police K-9's who have lost their lives protecting the communities they serve. We dedicate a specially decorated Christmas tree honoring our fallen with custom made etched-glass ornaments that have the officers name, agency, and end of watch inscribed on them.
Our December program includes an inspirational benediction, music, a K-9 special guest, a Cubscout flag ceremony, and bagpipe procession. Community, government, and business leaders, along with people from all walks of life join together with families and friends of the fallen officers to honor and acknowledge their courage and selfless sacrifice. Finally, we send the ornaments home to the families of our heroes.
Your donation will help support the "Fallen Officer Memorial Tree"
This week Monterey County sheriff's deputy Jesse Grant was severely injured during a police shooting. His life has been forever changed following the call to protect his community. Let's rally together and show him just how strong that community is. The cost of freedom is high, but the price shouldn't be shouldered alone.
The Independence Fund's Veterans Justice Initiative (VJI) knows firsthand the scars that are formed when a hero incurs injuries in the line of duty. VJI partners with law enforcement agencies nationwide to link arms and support one another alongside the Veteran community.
100% of donations will benefit deputy Grant.
Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.
Dan Bankston currently works for San Jose Police Department as a background investigator. Prior to that he worked 10 years for Union City PD and retired on a disability back injury that required surgery. After making his way back to police work he developed stage 4 cancer and is not yet eligible for catastrophic illness. His family has suffered some hardships. Click photo to go to Gofundme page
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