The Oregon Peace Officers Association is a non-profit professional organization that relies on the generous support of dues and donations in order to provide advanced training to law enforcement professionals throughout Oregon, and help advance other programs that strive to make a positive difference in our communities.

If you would like to make a donation, please follow the instructions under the Shop section of this site.

OPOA also asks for donations through a telephone fundraising company called Community Fundraisers, Inc.  Community Fundraisers, Inc. is a professional fundraising company that raises charitable monetary contributions for non-profit organization that helps support various local and state-wide association activities such as community safety programs, fighting crime, fire victims, police officers and their families, fight against drugs and youth activities, and many others.  Community Fundraisers, Inc. is locally based and has serviced several Oregon non-profit organizations for over one-quarter of a century. They have a reputation of delivering what they promise and conducting business with the highest degree of professionalism, integrity and compliance with the law.  OPOA would not associate with anything less.

The process Community Fundraisers, Inc. uses is very structured so that you will know it is a genuine OPOA sanctioned contact.  Community Fundraisers, Inc. will first make phone contact, then send the donation paperwork to the address you provide.  The donation paperwork will have the name of OPOA on it with Community Fundraisers, Inc.'s direct mailing address and phone number for questions.The address should be 12320 SW 1st Street, Suite 100, Beaverton, OR 97005. The phone number of (866) 444‑4052 is the primary number for questions about the fundraising. A fundraising thank you letter should also be included with the donation paperwork.

This thank you letter reads as follows: (may very in structure only).

Dear Friend,

We wish to thank you for your generous support of the Oregon Peace Officers Association.

Monies raised from this benefit will provide for additional specialized law enforcement training for Association members beyond what taxpayer money can provide such as:

  • Meth recognition training. 
  • Identity theft training. 
  • Crimes against children. 
  • Investigation of railroad deaths/accidents. 
  • Terrorism task force. 
  • School shooting training/gang task force training. 
  • Major Crime task force. 
  • Human Trafficking. 
  • Valued community programs: 
      -  The Special Olympics. 
      -  The Missing Children’s Clearing House. 
      -  $1000 College Scholarship program. 
  • Awards for outstanding law enforcement service here in Oregon: Purple Heart Medal of Valor Medal of Honor Death benefits to families of slain police officers, and general association activities.

The Oregon Peace Officers Association is Oregon’s largest law enforcement association with over 1,200 federal, state and local law enforcement officers included in its membership. Established in 1968, the primary purpose of the Oregon Peace Officers Association is for the upgrading of the law enforcement profession in Oregon and for promoting community safety through its activities and programs.

The members do not have the experience or time to administer a fundraising effort of this magnitude and, therefore, have found it beneficial to enter into a contractual agreement with Community Fundraisers to conduct the fundraising operation, a relationship that has spanned the past 10 years. As part of this agreement, the Association is not responsible for any incurred expenses such as phone bills, wages, postage, printing, rent, insurance, etc. We find this to be the best approach as under this arrangement the Association realizes a greater net return than from most other forms of fundraising, with virtually no risk of taking a loss, if any, please visit our website at www.opoa.info and click on the link to fundraising.

The Association is not a charity but is a non-profit professional organization. Therefore, donations are not tax deductible as charitable contributions. Thank you for your generous support of the Oregon Peace Officers Association.

For questions about OPOA please direct your calls to us at our primary phone number of (503) 393‑9237. We have had citizens call their local Police and Sheriff’s Department to verify this group is authentic.

We understand and appreciate people making sure any organization is authentic prior to providing them with money. We hope this information has proven beneficial.

Thank you for your support.

OPOA President - David White

If you have any questions, or would like to verify the authenticity of a contact; please do not hesitate to contact us.

We sincerely thank you for supporting the Oregon Peace Officers Association.

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