Providing charitable assistance to the Law Enforcement community and citizens of Clackmas County

15th Annual SWAC

15th Annual SWAC

SHOP WITH A COP!

15th Annual SWAC
Saturday, December 4, 2021

CCPOBF will be helping 200 children from Clackamas County this year. They will be paired with a law enforcement officer to shop. Participants in SWAC have had enforcement contact with police or require assistance for a variety of reasons. Sometimes this may involve an adult family member or older sibling who may have been arrested.

School Resource Officers and Grade School Counselors are our go-to person to assist the foundation in acquiring the children for SWAC.

Every $100.00 in donations received is one more Clackamas County child who will get to participate in SWAC.

Donations may be mailed to:
CCPOBF
P.O. Box 678
Clackamas, OR 97015

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14th Annual Shop with a Cop – "Covid-19 Style"

14th Annual Shop with a Cop – "Covid-19 Style"

Due to Covid-19, our Law Enforcement Community and Volunteers will not be able to do Shop with a Cop (SWAC) like we have for the past thirteen years. CCPOBF had to get creative to find a new way to serve the children in Clackamas County who have had enforcement contact with police or require assistance for a variety of reasons. Sometimes this may involve an adult family member or older sibling who may have been arrested.

In previous years, the school counselors have been our go-to persons to assist the Foundation in acquiring the children for SWAC. Due to on-line school this fall, we decided it was necessary to find a different avenue for obtaining our SWAC kids.

Read more: 14th Annual Shop with a Cop – "Covid-19 Style"

First responders directly affected by wildfires

It has been brought to our foundation's attention that many of our first responders have been directly affected by the wildfires burning across Clackamas and neighboring counties. Some have had to evacuate their homes not knowing if they would return to find everything destroyed. Some have been able to return to their homes to find they have lost property and belongings to the fire that need replaced.

The mission of the Clackamas County Peace Officers Benevolent Foundation is too, "To provide...assistance and aid to people who work with or are involved with law enforcement, or who are involved in jobs or activities related to law enforcement, in Clackamas County, in order to help them and their families during times of personal or family crises..."

We are encouraging those first responders that need any assistance, to fill out the request form: https://ccpobf.org/about/benefit-requests.html

CCPOBF has an Officer Emergency Fund dedicated to help law enforcement members with short term needs during emergencies.

If anyone would like to make a donation to the Officer Emergency Fund, you can donate at: https://ccpobf.org/about/make-a-donation.html

* Donations can't be earmarked for a specific individual.

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