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Texas FOF supporting disaster relief in Houston
The Texas Fallen Officer Foundation (Foundation) is a nonprofit organization and shall be operated exclusively for charitable purposes within the meanings of §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 and as amended. The Texas Fallen Officer Foundation will provide aid and assistance to officers and the families of police and other law enforcement officers killed or critically injured in the line-of-duty throughout the State of Texas.

The Texas Fallen Officer Foundation is also committed to educating law enforcement officers on issues pertaining to officer safety and will boldly advocate in support of fallen officers and their families.

The Texas Fallen Officer Foundation shall strive to honor all who have served as Texas law enforcement officers by engaging in charitable activities of all kinds without limitation and by establishing meaningful community and business partnerships.

Contributions to the Texas Fallen Officer Foundation are tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes. (View 990 Form.)
5K Walk to Remember

Texas FOF Senior Director Kerri Long Awarded a Certificate of Merit by the Tyler Police Department for organizing the relief effort throughout several regions of Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey

After Florida school massacre, what about regulating social media companies to keep us safe?
By Demetrick Pennie, Eric Feinberg
February 20, 2018

Fox News - Following the Wednesday shooting at a Florida high school that took 17 lives, gun control activists and Second Amendment advocates are predictably arguing about the causes of such horrible violence and what to do next. We should not overlook the big role that social media companies play.

Nikolas Cruz – the 19-year-old who has confessed to the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida – posted disturbing material on social media before his attack, authorities said. His posts reportedly included discussing his desire to kill someone, along with hateful messages threatening violence against African-Americans, Jews and gay people, according to media reports.

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