THE FUND FOR WEST PALM BEACH POLICE
THE FUND for West Palm Beach Police (a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) company) was created to serve and protect the very people who ensure that the community remains a safe, vibrant world-class city.
For them, operating at maximum effectiveness often goes beyond what local budgeting can bear. Working within the requirements of city government and police leadership, but outside the confines of local budgeting, THE FUND supplements operational needs and financial limitations for WPB’s finest.
Also, by supporting these first-responders needs, resources become an investment in improving public safety and enhancing residents’ quality of life.
It’s a community, after all, and communities become stronger when individuals have each others’ backs. To the police of West Palm Beach, we’re on our way.
What We Do
— We Support & Fund
Supporting these first-responders needs is an investment in improving public safety and enhancing residents’ quality of life.
— We Build Networks
Through community outreach and networking we raise awareness of the role the police play in our safety and wellbeing.
— We Strengthen
Through funding, community, and teamwork we build strength in the officers who protect the city.
Board & Members
Annual contributions of $100 or more entitle donors to membership status in The Fund. Citizens and businesses can become Annual Council Members at different levels of recognition starting at $1,000. The highest level of leadership support in The Fund is provided by members of The Chief’s Council who give at least $25,000 annually.
On December 3, 2023, THE FUND hosted a reception to honor leading donors and council members at The Bristol in downtown West Palm Beach. Over eighty guests enjoyed light bites,
The Fund hosted a luncheon for supporting members and the West Palm Beach Police Department employees on Wednesday, November 1, at the West Palm Beach Police headquarters. Members enjoyed meeting
On Thursday, May 24 the West Palm Beach Police held a Memorial Service at The Lake Pavilion. The service honored and remembered those who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving
On December 16, THE FUND spread holiday joy through their Shop with a Cop program at Target on Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Target welcomed the families, and over 30 officers volunteered
THE FUND provided 150 hot meals to home-bound seniors and people with disabilities in our community. The meals were delivered to the parking lot of Heart & Soul Park where
On Friday, November 3, THE FUND hosted a Fall Family Movie Night on the Tamarind Ave. corridor, stretching from 8th to 10th Street. Families came together to enjoy hot dogs