Our Charities

Special Olympics The 29th Annual North American Police Ski Championships was a great success that focused on COMPETITION, CAMARADERIE, and CHARITY. We were able to raise

  • $12,433 for the Winter Sports Programs of Special Olympics North America
  • $1,275 for Parkison's research to the American Parkinson Disease Association


    To date we previously raised and contributed to the following:

  • $911,831 for the winter sports programs of Special Olympics North America
  • $60,000 to the National Law Enforcement Memorial Museum
  • $25,000 to the 72 families who lost an officer on 9-11
  • $3,000 to the families who lost someone in Crested Butte National Bank when the bank blew up in 1990
  • $8,603 to Promises for Parkinson's

     

    Twin Towers Initiative We also have raised funds for the Twin Towers Initiative bringing our total to over $60,000. Our TTI fund raising effort was aided by our own Shea Dowling raising dollars for TTI through her National Lemonade Day effort. Shea set up on May 1, 2011 for National Lemonade Day and then again at the beginning of Police Week on May 12, 2011 at the conclusion of the 9-11 Blue Valor Ride and was tremendously successful in her efforts. Thank you Shea!

    Our replica of the Twin Towers was presented to the new law enforcement memorial museum personnel to be placed in the Hall of Remembrance at the conclusion of the Blue Valor ride this past summer. Many thanks to our own Ben Caperton, Jalal Ally, Jim Arceo, Bob Singletary and Bill Kennedy Jr (of Udder Cream fame) for making the trip.

    NEWS: The Township of Galloway, NJ chose to raise dollars for the Twin Towers Initiative. This community refuses to forget! Because of their efforts, they raised $3,889.22 for TTI. We have now raised over $60,000 for TTI. We thank the community for their joining us in NOT FORGETTING ALL THOSE LOST ON 9-11-01.

     

    promises for parkinsons As of March 2018, Stacey Mann, Founder and Executive Director for Promises for Parkinson's has indicated that they "shutter the doors" to the organization, meaning they are closing operations. You can email him direct. NAPSC has contributed $8603 to this organization.  


      american parkinson disease association American Parkinson Disease Association mission statement:

      Every day, we provide the support, education, and research that will help everyone impacted by Parkinson's disease live life to the fullest.
     
     

    Twin Towers Statue The Twin Towers Initiative Statue
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    9/11 Quilt Quilt by Susan Walsh commemorating the fallen officers of 9/11/01. (4 images)
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