We are extremely excited to let everyone know that the “Operation Sweet Reads” vehicle has been delivered to Spevco to begin the up-fitting process! We will be posting regular updates on the progress of the truck on this website and on the WSPF Facebook page.
The Board of the WSPF is humbled and honored to be selected by The Chronicle as the recipient of the Special Recognition Award!
We have thoroughly enjoyed working alongside Winston-Salem Police Department staff, community partners and the youth of our city. We will continue to work hard to facilitate building relationships between law enforcement and the community we serve. A special thank you to all of the businesses and individuals who have supported the Foundation over the last 2 1/2 years. We’ll see you March 24 at the Community Service Awards Banquet!
In December of 2017, the Winston-Salem Police Department held a promotional ceremony for several personnel at BB&T Ballpark in downtown. The ranks awarded ranged from Corporal to Assistant Chief. The Winston-Salem Police Foundation was proud to support this momentous occasion by supplying all of the official promotion plaques for each officer. The Board of the Foundation is proud and thankful to each of these officers for their hard work and dedication to our community.
As you consider a gift this #GivingTuesday, we invite you to consider the WInston-Salem Police Foundation! Being a newer non-profit in Winston-Salem, we are eager to share the good news about the positive impact your partnership is having in our city. The” Operation Sweet Reads” program is well under way, you can learn more about this project here: http://ow.ly/SlRj30gLh8w
The Winston-Salem Police and Fire Departments Toy Drive is coming up December 4-8 at two local WalMart locations- Peters Creek Pkway and Hanes Mill Road. Citizens are encouraged to “pack the patrol car” and “fill the fire truck” with toys for local children during the holidays. You can stop by from 10:00am- 2:00pm each day.
We were extremely pleased to welcome over 3,000 people to BB&T Ballpark on October 21 for the second annual Winston-Salem Police Foundation Movie Night! In addition to cash donations, the WSPF also collected blankets for the Downtown Bike Patrol Blanket Drive and canned goods for Second Harvest Food Bank. To see photos from this fun event, please click here.