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The City of Mesa Police Department would like to thank you for your inquiry into providing a charitable donation. It is an invaluable service these courageous men and women provide to our communities, by donating to one of these charities you will be providing needed support to Police Members and their families.

Below is a list of charities that the Mesa Police Department partners with to receive donations that can be used for financial assistance for members and families, education, services, compassionate gifts, or repair and replacement of uniforms or equipment. Please review these charities so that you will be able to choose which charity will provide the gift you would like to give.

Mesa Police Benevolent Fund (MPBF)

The Mesa Police Benevolent Fund is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial assistance to current Mesa Police Department employees and their dependents. The MPBF Board is comprised of current Mesa Police Department employees and periodic recruitment is accomplished on a need only basis. Monetary donations can be mailed to: Mesa Police Benevolent Fund, Attn: Krisa York, P.O. Box 1466, Mesa, AZ 85211-1466.

Officer Assistance Fund (OAF)

The Mesa Police Association (MPA) Officer Assistance Fund is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization operating as an extension of the MPA to provide Mesa Police Department employees with financial assistance. Donate online at www.mesampa.com/donate-mesa-police-association. Other monetary donations can be mailed to: Mesa Police Association, 123 Centennial Way, Suite 207, Mesa, AZ 85201.

Mesa Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association (MCPAAA)

MCPAAA members serve as good will ambassadors to the community for the Mesa Police Department. Both the Citizen Police Academy and the Alumni Association strive to increase public awareness and understanding of law enforcement, in an effort to help build a safer community through a partnership between informed citizens and those who protect and serve. General donations are welcome to help cover the expenses of other programs and efforts the Mesa Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association makes in assisting the Mesa Police Department and the local community. Donations can be made at www.mesacpaaa.org/donate.htm, through PayPal, by clicking on the appropriate "Donate" button. If you prefer to donate by check, please make checks payable to "MCPAAA" and mail to: MCPAAA, P.O. Box 366, Mesa, AZ 85211.

Mesa Police Explorer Program

The Mesa Police Explorer Program is dedicated to preparing young men and women between the ages of 14 and 21 for a career in law enforcement. It develops a fundamental understanding of police procedures, duties and concepts. As part of their training, Mesa Police Explorers participate in a wide variety of community service, while working with members of the police department. As a non-profit organization, MCPAAA is proud to accept your donation to help fund activities of Explorer Post #2055, such as helping them to attend conferences and competitions around the state and country. Donations can be made at www.mesacpaaa.org/donate.htm, through PayPal, by clicking on the appropriate "Donate" button. If you prefer to donate by check, please make checks payable to "MCPAAA" and mail to: MCPAAA, P.O. Box 366, Mesa, AZ 85211. Please reference the Mesa Police Explorer Program in the notes section of your check.

M.E.S.A. Program

The M.E.S.A. Program is a partnership between the Mesa Police Department and the Mesa Unified School District. Two nine-week after school sessions are offered during the school year. Making Every Student Accountable (M.E.S.A.) targets 13 to 15 year old at-risk students who exhibit a variety of behavior or disciplinary problems and/or gang association or involvement. The program combines physical fitness and classroom instruction to build self-awareness, good decision making, life skills, and leadership skills. As a non-profit organization, MCPAAA is proud to accept your donation to help fund activities of this program and cover the cost of items such as physical fitness attire, equipment and classroom needs. Donations can be made at www.mesacpaaa.org/donate.htm, through PayPal by clicking on the appropriate "Donate" button. If you prefer to donate by check, please make checks payable to "MCPAAA" and mail to: MCPAAA, P.O. Box 366, Mesa, AZ 85211. Please reference the M.E.S.A Program in the notes section of your check.

100 Club of Arizona

The 100 Club of Arizona is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization operating over the past 50 years to provide immediate financial assistance to families of public safety officers and firefighters who are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty, and to provide resources to enhance their safety and welfare. Donations are accepted online at www.100club.org.

Mesa Police Family 906

The Mesa Police Family 906 provides charitable services or financial assistance to current and former Mesa Police Department members to include sworn officers, reserve officers, civilian members, volunteers, and retirees. Assistance is accomplished with compassionate gifts, professional education, and service or financial assistance. This newly formed organization continues the membership recruitment effort and invites you to join or at least inquire by sending an e-mail to mesafamily906@gmail.com. Monetary donations can be mailed to: Mesa Public Safety Foundation, P.O. Box 282, Mesa, AZ 85211-0282. Note that your donation is for Mesa Police Family 906.