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Your donation helps form a source of income we can count on to fund services to injured law enforcement officers and their caregivers. It’s the easiest way to give and ensure that Police Blue Nation receives your ongoing support. Your donation means, together, we will help those who have sacrificed to protect our communities and nation.

HERE ARE WAYS YOU CAN DONATE

AmazonSmile

We have just partnered with AmazonSmileAmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. So, shop using AmazonSmile to help support our efforts. 100% of all donations are used to help law enforcement officers nationwide. On your first visit to AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), you are prompted to select a charitable organization from their list of eligible organizations.  Please enter Police Blue Nation as your organization you wish to support.  Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchase amount to our non-profit organization.

 

 At FreeFunder.com

You can also donate through FreeFunder at: https://www.freefunder.com/campaign/Injured-Law-Enforcement

Send a Check

If you wish to donate by sending a check, then please send your donation to the following address:

Mail To:
Police Blue Nation, Inc.

PO Box 149
Hartford, CT 06101

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About Us

As a non-profit organization, the mission of The Police Blue Nation Organization is to unite all law enforcement agencies nationwide and to help meet the needs of those law enforcement officers injured or killed in the performance of their duty.

Our Address

PO Box 149
Hartford, CT 06101
United States

Phone

860.883.5072

Officer Down Memorial

24 August 2019

The Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP). Remembering all of law enforcement's heroes.
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