Long Beach Long Beach Police Foundation
A registered nonprofit; the Long Beach Police Foundation is the only charitable organization that provides private, direct funding for the Long Beach Police Department.
The Long Beach Police Department, in partnership with the Long Beach Police Foundation, has begun collecting donations of new unwrapped toys for the annual ‘Toy Patrol’ holiday toy drive.
The Long Beach Police Department is pleased to announce the procurement of a new piece of equipment for our Evidence Control Section called “The Crusher.” The Crusher will allow for increased efficiency and productivity in the area of gun and weapons destruction, and it was all made possible by Al Brunella, a Long Beach resident and owner of “Hi Flo Corporation,” a manufacturing business, in partnership with the Long Beach Police Foundation (LBPF).
The Long Beach Police Department, in partnership with the Long Beach Police Foundation, has begun the annual “Toy Patrol” holiday toy drive and is collecting donations of new, unwrapped toys from individuals and businesses to be distributed to children in need throughout Long Beach.
The Committee of 300 will hold its annual Charity Fundraising /Christmas Holiday Party on Monday, December 16, 2013, at Gladstone’s Restaurant, 330 South Pine Ave. in downtown Long Beach from 6:00pm until 9:00pm This event is not only a chance for our volunteers & supporters to get together for a celebratory evening, but an opportunity to support our Long Beach Charity for the year.
Veggie Grill, 6451 Pacific Coast Highway at the Marketplace is sponsoring a fundraiser for the Long Beach Police Foundation, Baker to Vegas Relay Team, on Thursday, February 21 from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Proceeds, 50% of your food and beverage purchase*, will benefit the 2013 Long Beach Police Department’s (LBPD) Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay Team, please take a flyer or mention you are there to support the LBPF fundraiser.
Toy Patrol is a collaborative effort of the Long Beach police and fire departments. Toys and gifts for children ages 12 and older are especially needed, say volunteers.
The Long Beach Police Department is announcing its 2012 TOY PATROL holiday toy drive.
The Long Beach Police Foundation invites residents to participate in the Long Beach Police Department Explorer Post #295 “Piggy Bank Fundraiser.” The fundraiser supports the young men and women – ages 14 to 20 – in competitions, on field trips, at training academies and in giving back to the community.
Super Mex Traveling Truck will be located on Chestnut Avenue between the Long Beach Police Department and Long Beach City Hall on Super Tuesday, November 6 – 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Proceeds will benefit the 2013 Long Beach Police Department’s (LBPD) Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay Team, the event flyer is located on the LBPF website.
The Long Beach Junior Chamber (LBJC), in partnership with the Long Beach Police Foundation (LBPF), as well as with Assistance League of Long Beach and Target Stores is preparing for the 18th Annual “Shop with a Cop” children’s shopping spree set for Saturday, August 18 at the Target Store located at Atlantic Avenue and 33rd Street in Long Beach.
The Long Beach Police Foundation (LBPF) continues the long-established tradition of sponsoring a 30-member team of sworn LBPD personnel, plus LBPD volunteers, to participate in the annual Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay.