Behind the scenes of the LAPD suicide bomb detection K-9 unit. Video Directed by Joey Medina from The William H. Parker Foundation
The William H. Parker Foundation helped sponsor Officer Deon Joseph who was nominated for Top Cop and traveled to Washington DC to the National 2015 Top Cop Awards. Video Produced & Directed by Joey Medina
"It's time for Dodger Baseball...." and time to buy some Pink Patches!
Vin Scully supports The City of Hope and The Pink Patch Project in their journey to raise awareness of breast cancer.
If you would like to help The City of Hope and support The Pink Patch Program also, you can learn more @ www.cityofhope.org/pink-patch-project
The Los Angeles Police Department unveiled their new Pink LAPD Police Car, a 2017 Ford Explorer, today in their efforts to support The City of Hope and Awareness of Breast Cancer. The Pink Cruiser wrapping was graciously donated by The William H. Parker Los Angeles Police Foundation.
If you would like to help support The City of Hope's Pink Patch Project, you can visit them @ www.cityofhope.org/pink-patch-project
To learn more about The William H. Parker Los Angeles Police Foundation please visit www.lapdparkerfoundation.com
Valley Motor Center’s CEO, Cindy Cohen, and Marketing Manager, Micki Hazz, joined the board of the William H. Parker Foundation to deliver a contribution check to support the foundation and the LAPD. With 96% of the LAPD’s budget spent on personnel, only 4% is left to purchase new equipment, technology, and training.Through donations like ours, the William H. Parker Foundation has been able to pass along over 1 million dollars in grants to the LAPD for things such as:
-Obtaining, maintaining, training, and raising K-9 Lucy who assists the LAPD Bomb Unit
-Sponsoring the LAPD Cancer Support Group
-Providing specialized training for LAPD inline officers to communicate with Autistic community members
-And so much more…
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND DONATION VALLEY MOTOR CENTER!
CHECK OUT ALL THE AMAZING SERVICES THEY HAVE TO OFFER AT http://www.valleymotorcenter.com
(In photo from left to right: Ken Esteves – William H. Parker Foundation President , Cindy Cohen – VMC President/CEO, Micki Hazz – VMC Marketing Manager, David Fryer – William H. Parker Foundation Vice President)
The William H. Parker Los Angeles Police Foundation has recently joined with The City of Hope's Pink Patch Program.
The Pink Patch is an innovative public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations in combating this devastating disease.
The official LAPD pink patches are available for $10 each at William H. Parker Los Angeles Police Foundation located at 1880 North Academy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90012, phone (213) 847-1226/1227 or at the Los Angeles Police Museum located at 6045 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90042, phone (323) 344-9445.
***Patches are going to be sold in front of LAPD Headquarters on 07/05/17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.****
You can also purchase the patches on-line from the City of Hope "CityShop" at https://cityshop.cityofhope.org/products
Proceeds from the sale of these special LAPD patches will go to support City of Hope.