10-78 Utah Foundation aiming to help injured officers
Thanks to all the help and support from business’s and volunteers, because of your kind donations and appreciated time given, the Utah deputies sheriff association and 10- 78 Sherwood were ably to give the Sherwood family a check that surpassed our desire and goal amount!
Not only did a rally of the community and business supporters form from this event, but 10-78 Utah Foundation (10-78) was also formed. 10-78’s mission and goals will be to help provide temporary financial assistance to our law enforcement injured in the line of duty.
10-78 is still in the beginning process and paper pushing stage, but will be a non- profit organization. We do have a Facebook page to find more information on upcoming events as they are made and to contact us with any questions.
A very special thank you goes to Maceys & Fresh Market in Spanish Fork for sponsoring the parking lot BBQ, Chris Baird with Serve Daily, KSL 5 News for continual coverage if our events, and Brent Wignall with Wiggy Wash for his unlimited contribution and time to the success of this event. Words can not express our deep gratitude for the heartfelt greatness of your kindness. We appreciate all others that were involved and thank everyone for their donations of any amount.
Thank you to our grand prize contributing companies:
Kings camo, Little Giant Ladders, Ryan’s Mortgage, Big O Tires, Red Grim Cycle, Fresh Market in Spanish Fork, Reds Tinting, and Bullard Publishing with No Greater Love of Art for their generous donations and time! Thank you all, sincerely 10-78 Utah foundation, Barry and Megan Boulton.
Officer Greg Sherwood being presented artwork by Jason Bullard.
( www. nogreaterloveart. com)