Police Benevolent Foundation
Police Benevolent Foundation
Police Benevolent Foundation
Police Benevolent Foundation
Police Benevolent Foundation


Caitlin Sollie Powell Recovery Fund

 

The (PBF) and Mississippi Division of the Southern States PBA are rallying behind Caitlin Sollie Powell, the daughter of Lauderdale County Sheriff, Billy Sollie. Sheriff Sollie has been a proud supporter of the Southern States PBA for several years. Now, the Mississippi PBA and the PBF would like to join with the community to help Sollie’s family as his daughter, Caitlin, battles stage three breast cancer.


100% of the money received by the PBF will go towards Caitlin Sollie Powell Recovery Fund.

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Deputy Justin Payne Memorial Fund

 

The Police Benevolent Foundation (PBF) and the Virginia Division of the Southern States PBA would like to express their deepest sympathy for the loss of Loudoun County Deputy First Class Justin Payne. Deputy Payne passed away on August 6, 2019. He is survived by his wife Erica, and his daughter, Addison. The Deputy Justin Payne Memorial Fund has been established to help Deputy Payne’s family after his loss.


100% of the money received by the PBF will go towards Deputy Payne’s Memorial Fund.

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The Police Benevolent Foundation’s Race for the Fallen (R4TF) GLOW RUN honors fallen officers and their families. It is a night time family-fun race for participants of all ages & speeds!

Register for the 5K, 1 Mile or as a Phantom Runner. Join us at our next race!

Location Date Type
Lynchburg, VA August 24th, 2019 5K and 1 Mile
Mobile, AL September 28th, 2019 5K and 1 Mile
McDonough, GA October 5th, 2019 5K and 1 Mile
Jekyll Island, GA November 9th, 2019 5K and 1 Mile
Savannah, GA February 29th, 2020 5K and 1 Mile

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We started working on the 2019 PTSD Schedule. Click on more info to look for a seminar near you. Want to help host a PTSD Seminar in your area! Contact Kaylan Storey (Public Relations & Foundation Manager) kstorey@sspba.org

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