LAW ENFORCEMENT AFFILATES
LAW ENFORCEMENT WORKPLACE GIVING
BE APART OF HISTORY
STAND WITH HONOR
Join the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum’s STAND WITH HONOR community, and let your story be our legacy.
Law Enforcement Workplace Giving
22,611 names of fallen law enforcement heroes are engraved on the Memorial in Washington, DC. You can ensure that their service and sacrifice are never forgotten through Workplace Giving.
Public service is the highest calling in a free society. Law enforcement officers, like you, answer the call each day to serve and protect our communities. Your dedication to your oath, and to your fellow officers, shines through your commitment to honor and remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
The National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund was founded to help you fulfill this commitment, to Respect, to Honor, to Remember.
The Memorial Fund is a non-profit and non-partisan organization that honors fallen officers, tells the story of American law enforcement, and makes it safer for those who serve. Although both the Memorial and Museum are on federal land by acts of Congress, we do not receive federal funding and rely on charitable, tax-deductible contributions from individuals and organizations.
Law enforcement officers, like you, possess a charitable spirt – a desire to serve others and to leave their communities better than they found them. Countless law enforcement officers generously volunteer their time toward community betterment. Serving and volunteering have something in common – both provide a sense of purpose and pride in knowing that you are part of a cause greater than yourself.
Why Should You Give Through Payroll Deduction?
Convenience & Tax Benefits: You get the convenience of automatic payroll deductions combined with the tax benefits of charitable giving.
Manageable Yet Impactful: Your gift of $2 a pay period, or whatever amount is right for you, adds up to big impact throughout the year – your giving directly supports the Memorial Fund’s programs and services.
Contact your Human Resources department.
Project Director, NLEOMF