Looking Up To Hawai‘i’s Police
My j ourney with Hawai‘i began as a teenager, when I volunteered for the Police Explorer Program in high school. That evolved t o working with individuals with special needs through my college years.
and when I became a police vision, I found myself drawn to their events.
volunteering for Law Enforcement Torch Run fundraisers like Cop on Top and Tip a Cop, which help raise awareness and funds for our local athletes with intellectual disabilities.
To date, I am proud t o
This year, I hope you will support my fellow law enforcement officers and I across the state as we take Hawai‘i.
This year’s event will take at Walmart stores statewide (with the exception of down cluding all Sam’s Club locations, Enchanted Lake Shopping Center, Hawai‘ i Kai Bay Shopping Center, Laulani Village Shopping Cen Salt Lake Shopping Center.
Cop on Top during t heir off-duty time to spend three cation.
My favorite part of Cop on Top is the second day of the event. After being there for an entire day and spending the night alone on top of the scaffold, the sound of athletes usually wakes me early in the morning. Their yelling and cheering let me know it is time to get up and start asking for the support of shoppers.
Many of them often come bearing gifts of coffee and snacks to show their appreciation. Seeing the smiles and dedication of the athletes energy needed t o get me through the next two days.
What started with a few softball scrimmage games has turned into a relationship that feels like a homerun. I hope you will join me in supporting our Special Hawai‘i charitable organizations may send requests for space in either Proof Positive or the free advertisement below to email@example.com
Special Olympics Hawai‘i volunteers and supporters show their enthusiasm at last year’s Cop on Top event.