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

SHOP WITH A COP NEEDS YOU!!

SHOP WITH A COP WHEN: Saturday, December 15, 2012, 0700-noon WHERE: Walmart, 10000 SE 82nd Avenue RSVP: Erin Brisben at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. There are over 120 children waiting for the opportunity to go shopping on Saturday, December 15 at 7am at Walmart!! Kids will be coming from Canby, Molalla, Estacada, West Linn, Wilsonville, Sandy and North Clackamas School District (mostly from the Overland Park area). This is a wonderful opportunity to share some quality time with at-risk kiddies in our community. Sworn and retired sworn employees are eligible to shop with these kiddos, but we also need lots of other employees and family members to help wrap presents and hand out goodies. Wear a duty uniform to Shop with a young person, or if you are in plain clothes you can wear a raid jacket and belt badge. Please let Erin Brisben know as soon as possible. If you are a CCSO employee, this event qualifies for Community Service hours!

Law Enforcement Military Members Deployed Overseas

A quick check with several law enforcement agencies in Clackamas County seem to indicate that there are no folks currently in the Reserves or National Guard that are deployed overseas.  If any of the police agencies in Clackamas County have people in that status, please contact Mark Koberstein, President, Clackamas County Peace Officers' Benevolent Foundation at (503) 744-0712 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  The deadline for Christmas Care Packages is getting close!

UPDATE on Kaleb

Kaleb is doing well!  He is out of ICU and will be getting some tests for the next 2 weeks, then another 6 weeks of chemo.  Amber will be staying there with him for now.  John is back up in Oregon and plans to take a car down there to use.  They are renting a place to stay for the two months they will have to stay down there.  Some places, such as the Ronald McDonald house, have communal use areas and Kaleb can't be exposed to multiple folks for some time.  They all hope to be home in 8 weeks or so. John and Amber and their families all thank every one of you for the prayers and thoughts you've sent their way. We are all wishing the Christensen's a memorable Thanksgiving and hope they and all their family keep their spirits up!  

Families of First Responders

The Families of First Responders in Clackamas County is moving forward!  The director is Amy Kyser and can be reached through the Benevolent Foundation contact information.  Coming soon will be additional information about this great program, by clicking on Programs on the Home page. The Families of First Responders is having a Christmas Event on December 9th in Oregon City.  More information about this event will be posted soon. If you would like to make a donation to Families of First Responders, you can mail a check to the CCPOBF, PO Box 426, Oregon City, OR 97045.  Please make the check out to the CCPOBF and put First Responders on the memo line.  All donations are tax deductible and a receipt will be sent to you promptly.  
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