Charities We Support

Every year the Auburn Police Officers' Association donates money and time to benefit numerous charities, groups and organizations in the Auburn area.
To help us better serve you and our community we share, please feel free to join our mission by participating in any of our events or donating toward our cause.

(Visit these organizations by clicking on their title or logo)

nleomfNational Law Enforcement Officers' Memorial Fund (NLEOMF)

"The mission of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund is to generate increased public support for the law enforcement profession by permanently recording and appropriately commemorating the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers; and to provide information that will help promote law enforcement safety." - NLEOMF

cpomfCalifornia Peace Officers' Memorial Foundation (CPOMF)

"The California Peace Officers' Memorial Foundation is a non-profit charitable foundation whose mission is to recognize and honor California's peace officers who gave their lives "In The Line of Duty" serving the citizens of this great state, and provide support to the family members left behind." - CPOMF

OGH9-99 Foundation

"The National 9-99 Police and Sheriff Foundation raises funds for injured or fallen officers and their families, invests in K9 safety and training, and provides counseling and mental health resources to all officers in need." - 9-99 Foundation



PHS1Placer High School

Placer High School’s origins can be traced back to 1882 when three young men from the East Coast arrived in Auburn with a dream of creating a college for Northern California. The trio met with influential members of the community in the Placer County Courthouse and began a campaign to solicit donations to the building fund of the Sierra Normal College and Business Institute. When the contributions reached $6,000, the three young teachers, M.L. Fries, A.W. Sutphen, and M.W. Ward contributed $1500 each and began to search for a building site. - PHS

lightbarPlacer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy

PCLEC is a field service ministry to the members of Law Enforcement, their families, and the citizens of Placer County. PCLEC continually provides the service of trained, critical incident chaplains on a 24 hour, 7 days a week basis. This vital Chaplaincy program is comprised of a team of specially trained individuals who volunteer their time to help and serve others. All our Chaplains are trained to lend a helping hand to every person, without regard to religious preference (including no preference), and are frequently requested to contact pastors, priests, rabbis and other religious leaders to assist families. - PCLEC

wwpWounded Warriors Project

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) serves veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound, co-incident to their military service on or after September 11, 2001 and their families. On that date, America watched in horror as approximately 3,000 people died including hundreds of firefighters and rescue workers. Many warriors note a sense of duty to volunteer for the military following these tragic events. - WWP