Fundraiser to benefit injured police officers

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r 10-78 Utah Foundation will be having its second annual Show Your Love to a LEO fundraiser at Culver’s in Spanish Fork on Feb. 16. From 5 to 8 p.m., a percentage of sales will go to 10-78.

Along with great food there will be a drawing for prizes such as a blue and silver Pandora bracelet with a champagne set combo from Jared The Galleria of Jewelry, flags donated by Flagdom Ranch, a ladder from Little Giant Ladders, artwork from No Greater Love Artwork and more. Show your receipt and you’ll receive five tickets; additional tickets can be purchased at two for $1. (No need to be present to win.) There will also be blue ribbon car magnets for purchase at $5.rProceeds will go to help benefit 10-78’s new program Unspoken Heroes Never Forgotten. This program provides injured officers who were injured at the same time another officer was killed with the opportunity to go to Police Week in Washington, D.C., to see their partner’s name etched into the wall. Our injured officers are easily forgotten about shortly after incidents such as these occur and our heroes shouldn’t be forgotten as the injuries they have sustained won’t ever be forgotten.

This year we are honored to take Officer Jon Richey to see Officer Doug Barney’s name etched and attend the candle vigil. 10-78 will provide all the funds needed for lodging, travel, food, etc.rFor more information about 10-78 Utah Foundation, visit their website at or find them on Facebook. Donations can be made at the website. 10-78 Utah Foundation is a  nonprofit organization.


Chris Baird
Chris Baird
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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