Support The Saint Paul Police Foundation
When you support The Saint Paul Police Foundation, you are supporting safer streets, youth programs, and officer safety. Many people do not understand that our men and women in blue depend on Foundation funds to upgrade their safety and tactical gear. These funds also support training and advanced education for the police officers who serve the Saint Paul Community.
Your donation to the Foundation helps us support the critical needs of the Saint Paul Police Department and the men and women who every day put their lives on the line so you can live, work and play in this great City.
The Saint Paul Police live and work here, just like you. They are your friends, your neighbors, your family. They are prepared to lay down their lives everyday to protect and serve you. Please take a moment to support them, donate today!
How You Can Help
We encourage you to donate and help us support our men and women in blue! Please join us in our important work by contributing as generously as you can. Contributions to the Police Foundation are tax-deductible under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Ways You Can Give
To make a general donation you may:
- Make a secure credit card donation with your VISA or MasterCard
- Call the Saint Paul Police Foundation office at 651.291.2820 to make a donation with a credit card or to get more information about donating, or
- Send a check made payable to the Saint Paul Police Foundation to:
Saint Paul Police Foundation
175 West Kellogg Boulevard Suite #502
St. Paul, MN 55102
- For bequests and planned gifts, email or contact us at 651.291.2820 for information about leaving a lasting legacy to public safety.
Volunteer Your Time
The Saint Paul Police Foundation wouldn’t run without volunteers! There are many ways to volunteer and support the foundation. Contact us at 651.291.2820 to find out how you can get involved!
The foundation will raise the funds necessary to send our Saint Paul Police Officers to the Memorial Wall in Washington DC. In may, Officer Joshua Lynaugh name will be added to the wall. Josh passed away in the line of duty on February 16, 2013.
We will also seek funding for the Police Athletic League (PAL), a new Interview Room and the new Gun Range. These special programs and projects are vital to the community and to the officers who serve.
The Foundation is an independent body governed by a Board of Directors each of whom serves renewable three-year terms and receives no compensation as a Board Member. Officers are elected to one-year terms. The Board of Directors meets a minimum of six (6) times annually. The Executive Committee meets as needed.