Abbotsford – The second annual Abbotsford Police Foundation (APF) breakfast fundraising event “Crime is Toast” October 26, 2016 is enjoying strong support from the business community. Funds raised support of the Abbotsford Police Department’s community programs and help enable the APF to help Abbotsford Police achieve their goal of making Abbotsford ‘the Safest City in BC.’
Building on the success from last year’s inaugural event, the APF hopes to achieve a fundraising goal of $50,000. Every dollar donated to the APF helps ensure APD special initiatives are a success.
‘With two weeks until the event, there is still time to come on board as a sponsor,” noted APF President Kevin Boonstra. “I invite everyone in Abbotsford to attend, and bring along your colleagues, family and friends to show support for the great work of the brave men and women of the Abbotsford Police Department.”
The breakfast, with APD Chief Constable Bob Rich, will build awareness of public safety, the work of the APD, the Abbotsford Police Foundation, and ways the community can help make a real difference.
Crime is Toast will be held at the Quality Hotel & Conference Centre Abbotsford on October 26 from 7:00 – 9:30 AM. To purchase tickets and for information on sponsorship opportunities, please visit the APF website: www.abbypf.ca
About the APF: Established in 2005, the Abbotsford Police Foundation (APF) is a charitable organization funding Abbotsford Police Department (APD) community programs that are not covered by its operating budget. The APD cannot directly receive financial contributions, however the APF is a trusted, practical way for the community to help support the work of Abbotsford Police, enhancing public safety. In accordance with their Donation Policy the APF provides a charitable receipt for every qualified donation over $100. Supporters who purchase a table (8 seats) will receive a tax receipt for 50% of the total.