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2018 TXFallenPD Tribute Event Auction

Rider with bike  honor design  for auction web s550
START
15
September 2018
12:00 PM CDT
END
22
October 2018
10:14 PM CDT
RAISED
$7,329.80
GOAL $7,500.00
97.7% To Goal

2018 TXFallenPD Tribute Event Auction

We are raising funds in support of the Texas Police Chiefs Association’s (TPCA) Fallen Officer Fund, in conjunction with our annual TXFallenPD Tribute Event. If you see an item you’re interested in, please consider bidding. All proceeds go directly to the TPCA Fallen Officer Fund.

On average, an officer is killed in the line of duty every 68 hours. The TPCA Fallen Officer Fund provides financial assistance to Texas families of fallen heroes within 24 hours following an officer’s line of duty death. Since January 1st, there have been 117 officers killed in the line of duty, including 10 in Texas (Stats last updated from the Officer Down Memorial website on 10/16/2018).

For information about the businesses that donated the items, be sure to check out the “Donated By” section on the item page. Check back often as items will be added as we receive them. Donations are also gladly accepted and greatly appreciated for this event.

Online payments, for auction items and donations, will be processed via the TPCA Paypal account.

Visit www.TXFallenPD.com to register, or find out more about the Annual TXFallenPD Tribute Event including registration information for the 5K run, bike race, and the police obstacle course.


About TXFallenPD Tribute Event

Since 2008, the Highland Village Police Department and the City of Highland Village have hosted the TXFallenPD Tribute Event to honor and remember the lives of Texas officers killed in the line of duty. The TXFallenPD Tribute Event is a community fundraiser for the Texas Police Chiefs Association's Foundation, which provides monetary assistance to the families of Officers killed in the line of duty in Texas. Join us on October 19, 2019, as we honor and remember the Officers killed in the line of duty in 2018.

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