(HENDERSON, Nev.) — Ken Kerby, president of the Henderson Police Officers’ Association (HPOA), is proud to announce the launch of the organization’s new website, http://www.hpoa.us, a responsive, multi-platform website, with an updated press room, a multitude of social media streams, and a visually dynamic background on the association’s community involvement and charitable giving.
The Henderson Police Officers’ Association Charitable Foundation donated $5,000 for SAFE House’s 6th annual “Run for Shelter” 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk. Tronox donated $1,000. Fisher Industries donated $500.
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The Henderson Police Officers’ Association Charitable Foundation, in cooperation with Target, Emerald Island, and the Law Office of John Marchiano, held their annual Shop With A Cop event at a local Target store to help families in need.
Henderson Police Union, Target and Emerald Island team up for Dec. 6 event to assist families by providing gifts for children
The Henderson Police Officers’ Association Charitable Foundation (HPOACF), in cooperation with Target, held their annual “Shop With A Cop” event on Saturday, Dec. 6 at a local Target store to help families in need by providing gifts for children. This year, Emerald Island also sponsored the event.
Henderson police officers recently helped dozens of local kids in need. They took the kids Christmas shopping on Saturday at Target.
Ken Kerby, vice president of the Henderson Police Officers’ Association, and Julie Proctor, executive director of S.A.F.E. House, host the annual Run for Shelter 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk
at Cornerstone Park, 1600 Wigwam Parkway.
Ken Kerby, VP of the HPOA, and Julie Proctor, Executive Director of S.A.F.E. House hosting the annual Run for Shelter.The HPOA served as the presenting sponsor for the run, donating $5K.
The HPOA recently announced they are the presenting sponsor for the 6th Annual ‘Run for Shelter’.
The Henderson Police Department held its first annual Cross with a Cop event Oct. 6-10 to raise awareness on crosswalk safety.