Giving Tuesday 2019

Giving Tuesday 2019

As we close in on Giving Tuesday, December 3, we hope that you consider the Winston-Salem Police Foundation as a non-profit to support. We encourage you to peruse our website to learn more about how the WSPF is doing good work in our community to build strong positive relationships with the WSPD officers and youth in our city. You can also donate online by clicking the “DONATE” link on the main menu of this website.
Thank you!

2nd Annual Public Protectors Trunk-or-Treat Coming Up October 26

2nd Annual Public Protectors Trunk-or-Treat Coming Up October 26

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please see news release below from the City of Winston-Salem re: the upcoming Public Protectors Trunk-or-Treat event on October 26 at BB&T Ballpark.

 

Public safety agencies in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County are holding a free Halloween “Trunk or Treat” night on Saturday, October 26, at BB&T Ballpark. From 4:30p.m.- 6:30p.m. children and their families are invited to enjoy music, activities and visit a variety of decorated public safety vehicles to get candy. Other public safety vehicles will be set up for displays, and the ballpark’s carousel and bounce house will be available. Children are encouraged to come in their Halloween costumes. At 5:00 p.m., “Monsters Inc.” will be played on the stadium’s big screen scoreboard. The stadium concession stands will be open.

2019 Forsyth County Law Enforcement Memorial Week

2019 Forsyth County Law Enforcement Memorial Week

Several events have taken place in Forsyth County this week to remember those officers who gave the ultimate sacrifice.  The 2019 Forsyth County Law Enforcement Memorial Week got underway Monday, May 6, 2019 with a Rededication Ceremony at the WSPD Public Safety Center Memorial.  A special memorial service was held Thursday, May 9, followed by a special Law Enforcement Memorial Night at the Winston-Salem Dash that evening.

Below are links to articles and stories from local media covering this year’s Forsyth County Law Enforcement Memorial Week.

The Winston-Salem Police Foundation is proud to support our local officers and remember those we have lost.

Forsyth County Honors Fallen Officers- Spectrum News

 

 

 

 

 

Family, Friends Remember Winston-Salem Officers Lost In The Line Of Duty- WFMY 2 

 

 

 

 

 

Forsyth County law enforcement officers remember those injured, killed while serving; hope it serves as reminder to others- Winston-Salem Journal 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Law Enforcement Officers honored ahead of National Police Week- WXII 12 News 

Upcoming 2019 Forsyth County Law Enforcement Memorial Week Events

Upcoming 2019 Forsyth County Law Enforcement Memorial Week Events

Please see important dates below re: the upcoming 2019 Law Enforcement Memorial Week.

Monday, May 6, 2019- 6 p.m. 
Fallen Officer Memorial Re-dedication Ceremony and Vigil 
Location: Vivian H. Burke Public Safety Center
725 North Cherry Street, Winston-Salem, NC

 

Thursday, May 9, 2019- 11 a.m.
Forsyth County Law Enforcement Memorial Service – Honoring Forsyth County
Fallen Officers and Rufus Dalton Award Recipients 
Lunch will be served following the service.
Location: Center Grove Church
8750 Lasater Road, Clemmons, NC

Thursday, May 9, 2019- 7 p.m.
Forsyth County Law Enforcement Memorial Night at BB&T Ballpark
Winston-Salem Dash vs Lynchburg Hillcats
Current and fallen officers will be recognized throughout the game.
Location: Winston Salem Dash Stadium
951 Ball Park Way, Winston-Salem, NC

Inaugural ‘Code 2- Call for Backup’ Event Set For May 23, 2019

Inaugural ‘Code 2- Call for Backup’ Event Set For May 23, 2019

The Winston-Salem Police Foundation is proud to announce the Inaugural ‘Code 2- Call for Backup’ Event will be held Thursday, May 23 at the newly opened Hotel Indigo in downtown Winston-Salem.  This fun and festive event will celebrate the WSPD staff person and officers of the year.  It is being held in conjunction with National Red Nose Day

Event Details:

Who: Anyone that supports the Winston-Salem Police Foundation and Department and enjoys a fun evening out in a brand new swanky hotel and amazing restaurant! 
What: 1st Annual Code 2- Call for Backup
When: Thursday, May 23, 2019 | 7:00- 10:00pm (Program at 8:00pm)
Where: Hotel Indigo-104 W. Fourth Street
Why: WSPD staff recognition and to raise a little money for a great cause: the Winston-Salem Police Foundation!

Entertainment: Enjoy the fun music of June Rise, as well as the wonderment of Magician Andy Schneider. 

 

 

 


Program:
The Winston-Salem Police Foundation is honored to present the WSPD staff person and officers of the year recognition during this event.  Each recipient will receive a special gift from Windsor Jewelers. 

Dress: Business fun
Parking: Valet parking is available.  On-street parking around the 4th & Liberty Street intersection is also available. 


Tickets:

For an entire evening of fun, entertainment and great food,tickets are:
One admission ticket: $100
or
Two admission tickets for $150 (best deal)

Admission ticket includes delicious hors d’oeuvres, one complimentary beverage (21+), great music, fun magical entertainment and program.

As of April 8th, ticket sales are on hold due to the event reaching capacity.  If you would like to be placed on the wait-list (should any tickets become available), please email scott.sewell@cookmedical.com or JGwyn@BBandT.com.  Thank you!


Sponsors:

This event would not be possible without the generous support of the following sponsors!

 

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Friends of the Event

Cooper Realty 

Richard and Felice Brenner  

 

For more information on Red Nose Day, click image below.