Our purpose is to assist law enforcement officers that were injured in the line of duty or suffered from a career ending ailment. We operate solely on donations from citizens and businesses.
The Capital Area Law Enforcement Foundation Inc. (C.A.L.E.F.) was founded in 2012 by Metropolitan Police Detectives Joe Crespo, Travis Barton, and Officer Greg Alemian. The Capital Area Law Enforcement Foundation operates solely on donations from law enforcement officers, citizens and businesses. All of our board members are law enforcement officers and/or survivors that volunteer their time to this organization. We support both local and federal law enforcement agencies in the metropolitan area.
The Capital Area Law Enforcement Foundation provides the following:
Since the inception of the C.A.L.E.F., we have provided over $110,000 to law enforcement officers in need. There is no other law enforcement charity that provides the service that C.A.L.E.F. does. Our profession is one that is becoming more and more dangerous, it is imperative that we take care of one another. When an officer is injured in the line of duty and is on medical leave, the officer loses night differential pay, overtime and is unable to work off duty jobs. C.A.L.E.F. is here to provide temporary financial assistance for officers in need.
The Capital Area Law Enforcement Foundation is a nonprofit organization under Section 501(c) (3) with the Internal Revenue Service. All donations are tax deductible as permitted by law. One hundred percent of money donated to C.A.L.E.F. goes directly to assist law enforcement officers in need.
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