Signal 13 Foundation Donates Refrigerators to Baltimore City Police Districts
A big day for the Signal 13 Foundation which donated commercial-size refrigerators to Baltimore’s 9 police districts. It is our way to thank the men and women of the department who work hard every day to keep us safe. The coolers will be stocked with water, Gatorade, and other refreshments. Lt. Suzanne Fries from BPD Northern District (in a sweatshirt) pitched in to help along with BPD Liaison Jerry Heid. Thank you for your service to the citizens of Baltimore!
About the Signal 13 Foundation
The Signal 13 Foundation is an independent nonprofit that is not affiliated with the Baltimore Police Department or the FOP. Every dollar we raise comes from individual donors, foundations, and corporate grants. Your support is more important than ever to continue our mission. The Baltimore Police Department continues to struggle with the recruitment and retention of qualified police officers. With your support, the Signal 13 Foundation can help reverse that trend by providing more resources for our first responders. Retaining qualified and experienced police officers should be a priority for everyone who cares about Baltimore.
Formed in 1983 by Police Commissioner Frank J. Battaglia with help from prominent philanthropists and business owners, the Signal 13 Foundation is an independent 501(c)(3) committed to supporting the men and women of the Baltimore City Police Department with financial hardship grants and college scholarships for their children. For more information, go to www.signal13foundation.org.
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