Citizens For Cops provides immediate & direct financial assistance to the Families of Line Of Duty Death (LODD) Police Officers. All donations to Citizens For Cops are made completely transparent via the Donation Tracker’s website. Learn more at the Donation Tracker’s About Us page.
Police Officers put their lives on the line every day for American Citizens like us. When a Line Of Duty Death (LODD) occurs, families and loved ones are left behind with a huge loss as well as new financial burdens. Our goal is to provide direct & immediate financial assistance and timely, heart-felt prayer for the families who are suffering so greatly. We want them to know that US citizens care deeply about police and their loss, specifically. Join us. Together we can alleviate the burden felt by the families who find themselves in this terrible situation.
About The Charity
The charity is set up so that 100% of all donations go toward supporting the families of Line Of Duty Death (LODD) Police Officers. This differs from traditional charities that pay salaries to board members and have expenses such as advertising. Traditional charities give only a percentage of their donations toward the actual cause. Not so with Citizens For Cops! A full 100% of donations go toward the cause.
Once you make a donation, it is immediately logged in the Transparency Box. This is so you can immediately see your impact towards the cause and track it to its final destination.
Once the balance reaches a minimum of $10,000 it will be donated directly to the family of an LODD Police Officer that is in need of financial assistance. This too is then logged in the Transparency Box so that you can see exactly where your efforts went to!
Who Receives Our Financial Aid?
Person(s) must be survivors of an LODD Police Officer.
The donation balance must be at a minimum of $10,000.
The intention is to provide a reasonable impact and to help meet immediate financial needs shortly after a Line Of Duty Death occurs.
Assistance determination will be need-based. The goal is to help those in actual immediate need. Survivors that have stable income or money to immediately draw from may not receive the assistance.
Assistance determination will be non-discriminatory with regard to age, sex, sexual preference, race, ethnicity, creed or religion.