Supporting Public Safety
We engage in problem-solving partnerships to better serve our diverse, growing community. We value our community partners and the work they do to support public safety in Chesterfield County.
Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers, a nonprofit organization comprised of citizen volunteers and local business owners as its board of directors, partners with law enforcement agencies of Chesterfield County and Colonial Heights, as well as the local media, to spotlight unsolved crimes.
The Chesterfield County Police Foundation, Inc. was organized in 2000 to provide support and benevolent assistance to the Chesterfield law enforcement community. Our organization is dedicated to the support of the Chesterfield law enforcement community by addressing those special needs that may not be met by our local government or other means.
Make a Donation
The Chesterfield County Police Foundation, Inc. is a charitable organization that is tax-exempt as defined under IRS rule 501 (c)(3). A contribution to the foundation is tax deductible.
If you would like to help, you may do so by sending a donation (please make checks payable to the Chesterfield County Police Foundation) along with your name, address and phone number to:
Chesterfield County Police Foundation
P.O. Box 1684
Chesterfield, VA 23832
For additional information and ways to donate, call 804-748-1266.
We thank you for your support and contribution to help our law enforcement community during their times of need. You make a difference.
The foundation maintains a special fund to support law enforcement personnel and the families to meet emergency needs. Their needs include a death in the family, incapacitating injury, or an uncontrollable event. This fund is expressly designed to meet the immediate, short-term needs that arise before other resources are available.
The foundation provides continuous support in a variety of areas, which include but are not limited to:
- Financial support for the Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Service
- Public outreach and education programs
- Recognitions programs
- Short-term financial support for officers or their families during crisis situations
- Special programs deemed appropriate by the Police Foundation Board for which government funding cannot be used
Allocation of Contributions
The foundation is set up to provide the management of the contributions in cash or in kind. Contributions may be restricted to a particular program or made to the general fund where they will be applied as needed.
All contributions to the foundation will be acknowledged by letter and proper documentation will be provided to assure deductibility of your contribution. The Chesterfield County Police foundation reserves the right to redirect contributions for the greatest need if the selected category is fully funded.
2023 Board of Directors
Maribeth A. Bland
Paul R. Carnes
Thomas J. Hooh
Directors at Large
- Quentin Corbett
- R. M. "Dickie" King Jr.
- Ben Scafidi
- Bob Schrum
- Mike Spraker
- Chase Tunnell