Holiday Gift & Give

Your gift helps law enforcement give back to the communities they serve.

When you give to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Foundation during the holiday season, your contribution supports the distribution of holiday meals, gifting of toys and bicycles to children in frontline neighborhoods and community-police engagement events that uplift thousands of families in need.

Your gift will help support the following holiday giving opportunities:

  • Santa Cops
  • Shop with a Cop
  • Holiday Family Meals
  • SWAT Bicycle Drive
  • Youth Holiday Events
  • Women of Metro’s Christmas at Child Haven

For more information, please contact
Lisa Tomlin-Kurr, Director of Development
702.768.4288 | ltomlin-kurr@lvmpdfoundation.org

Giving Levels

The Giving Spirit — $50,000

Your gift will provide support for 1000 people in our communities.

The Holiday Cheer — $25,000

Your gift will provide support for 500 people in our communities.

The Santa — $10,000

Your gift will provide support for 250 people in our communities.

The Turkey — $5,000

Your gift will provide support for 125 people in our communities.

The Fir Tree — $2,500

Your gift will provide support for 75 people in our communities.

The Toy Chest — $1,000

Your gift will provide support for 25 people in our communities.

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2023 Holiday Gift & Give Sponsors

The Foundation is continually grateful for our community of sponsors and for their dedication to community safety.

Contributions by these civic-minded businesses enable the Foundation and LVMPD officers to better protect our communities and reduce crime across Clark County. These investments in LVMPD’s specialized equipment, training and community safety outreach initiatives make a positive impact every day in Southern Nevada and within the LVMPD family.

LVMPD Foundation is a Tax-Exempt, non-profit organization. Your contribution may be tax deductible pursuant to the provisions of section 170 (c) of the Internal Revenue Service code of 1986, 26 U.S.C 170(c).