December -  2014 Newsletter - Issue 2
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Cleveland Police Foundation 3rd Annual Gala a great Success!
During the 3rd Annual CPF Gala, excellence in community service was recognized, including retired CPD Chief Edward P. Kovacic. L to R: Chief Calvin Williams, event MC, CNN's Martin Savidge, Chief Kovacic, CPF President Tom Stone, and Mayor Frank G. Jackson.

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As this year draws to a close, we wish everyone a very Merry Christmas & Happy Holiday Season, and a Happy, Safe and Prosperous New Year. While assessing your year-end charitable contributions, we hope that you will consider making a tax deductible donation to the Cleveland Police Foundation and help us further our mission to make our community safer.

                          

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The CPF Recognizes Excellence in Neighborhood Police Districts:
First District
Second District
Third District
Fourth District
Fifth District

 


Greater Cleveland is blessed to have so many amazing people who are willing to donate their valuable time and talent in giving back to the community, thus making our little corner of the world a better place to live. The Cleveland Police Foundation is most fortunate to have a corps of such individuals willing to support its mission.
     In each newsletter edition one of our board members will be featured. To meet our entire board and staff,
click here. Today, we introduce you to
Jim Craciun, Secretary.

The Cleveland Police Athletic League NEEDS YOUR HELP!
Every holiday season police officers and dispatchers from the Cleveland Division of Police provide several thousand disadvantaged children with gifts, food, and clothing.
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     On December 1, 2014, the Walmart Foundation awarded a grant to the Cleveland Police Foundation in support of the Cleveland Cops For Kids program (CFK). The $2,000.00 grant will be used by CFK to strengthen the relationship between the police and children in the community. The goal is to build relationships by creating trust and understanding with kids in order to improve communication, help kids in need or who are victims of crime, encourage good decision-making, and reward good deeds.
      On behalf of the Cleveland Cops For Kids program, we extend our sincere thanks to the Walmart Foundation for investing in a safe community.
     For more information on the Cops For Kids program, go to www.clevelandpolicefoundation.org

4th District PO's leant their muscle to the effort.
Partnering For Community Physical Fitness. CPD's members partnered with the CPF to give back to the community by donating weightlifting equipment to the Kenneth L. Johnson Recreation Center, 9206 Woodland. A squat rack, Olympic bar, and 520 pounds of Olympic weights were donated, with more to come in the future. We want our children and adults to focus on fitness and exercise so they live long, productive and healthy lives.
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CPD Community Policing Officers Ed Schulte and Al Strange along with CPF Board Member Marcia Nolan worked together on Thanksgiving Day to deliver meals to the elderly and homeless.
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BECOME A COMMUNITY PARTNER
 We invite you to join with the Cleveland Police Foundation and invest in a safe community by becoming a Community Partner. A CPF staff member stands ready to discuss opportunities on how you can help make our city safer. Click here for more information.

Call 216-623-3333 to learn more about becoming a partner, or email at info@clevelandpolicefoundation.org.

P.O. Dan Zola assists with the delivery of donations to the Metanio Project.
 

Winter Blast Brought Partnering To Help the Homeless. The early November polar blast gave us all far too much practice in dealing with Old Man Winter. Although it frustrated rush hour motorists throughout the region and it was a bit of an inconvenience, it greatly increased demand on those facilities whose mission is to help the homeless and the hungry.
   CPD Bureau fo Community Policing Captain Keith Sulzer, the Liaison Officer to the Cleveland Police Foundation, learned that one such program was in dire need of help as the early storm made their client's situation more acute.
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In addition to providing funding for youth and community outreach programs, community policing initiatives, crime prevention and safety programs, and supporting the members of the Division of Police to help them better perform their duties; the CPF proudly supports the following charities in accomplishing their missions:
 


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