Whether it’s with loved ones, officers or other organizations, we’re trying to find ways to support and prevent. If what we’ve put together can’t help you, please ask, we’ll help you find someone that can.
Comfort, it can be a kind word or a small gesture. Immediately after a suicide we offer comfort through an Honor Box; care packages sent to the families and the departments. These boxes are shipped with a personal condolence card from another family who has suffered the same loss. It’s our way of letting them know they are not alone.
We will see to it, to the best of our abilities, that the packages are fitted for each family and no one is left out. Honor Boxes cost $150 each, you can donate to this cause by clicking on the button below.
Register for Camp April
In 2020, Blue H.E.L.P. will host the first camps ever for children who have lost a law enforcement officer to suicide. No other national organization provides support for the families and with the help of the Motorola Foundation, we will make sure they have support.
This grant is truly ground-breaking; Motorola has taken the lead in support of families who have lost an officer to suicide. Our families have waited a long time for recognition and respect, they are now receiving it. It would be impossible to articulate the significance of this grant.
Police Week Dinner
In 2019, we hosted the first dinner at Police Week to honor the officers we’ve lost to suicide. Blue H.E.L.P. paid the expenses of forty families to attend and will host another dinner in 2020. Please join us as we honor the officers for the way they lived, not the way they died.
This is absolutely the most monumental thing I have been a part of, with regard to officer suicide, since I lost my brother to suicide in 2008. I can’t say enough about it.
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