The Ambassador & Guardian program goal is to support the Memorial Fund and honor the service and sacrifice of law enforcement. Throughout the year there are many exciting events that our volunteers participate in such as the Ride and Run to Remember.
|Law Enforcement Ambassador Kevin Whalen|
The Ride and Run to Remember was created to commemorate the October dedication of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. It is a fun, community-oriented athletic event designed to honor the contribution and sacrifice law enforcement officers make every day and encourage community support for the Memorial. This fun-packed weekend includes events at two locations that are easily accessible to those in the DC-Metropolitan area: Saturday’s (October 11) 5K run and 2K walk that start and finish at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in downtown Washington, DC, and Sunday’s (October 12) 55- or 30-mile bike ride that starts and finishes at National Harbor, MD, just outside of DC.
Ambassador Kevin Whalen will be participating in the 55-mile bike ride on Sunday October 12th. Kevin will be riding with his colleagues and friends with the FLEOA Team. Also, Ambassador
Aaron Moore will be participating as a Road Worrier this year, which means doing both the 5K and 55 mile bike ride.
|Ambassador Aaron Moore|
We encourage all Ambassadors and Guardians to take part in the Ride and Run. Even if you can’t make it to DC, as a virtual participant you will be able to participate from your hometown. Virtual participants who meet the $72 fundraising minimum will receive the participant shirt, finisher medal and all fundraising incentives earned.