Annual Membership

You can join Spirit of Blue in our work to protect our nation’s men and women in blue by becoming an Annual Member.  Annual Members invest in our cause to enhance Officer Safety across the country by making small donations throughout the year, helping us identify agencies in need of safety equipment and training and recruiting other like-minded individuals to consider joining as well.  Two tiers of membership exist – one for law enforcement officers themselves and another for those who support them.  Please consider joining today!

Blue Member – this level is restricted to Active and Retired Law Enforcement Officers.  Annual dues are reduced to $20 per year in recognition of your service.  Agency affiliation must be submitted at time of enrollment.

Donation: $20 per year

Membership Benefits:

  • Members Challenge Coin (limited circulation)
  • Car Window Sticker
  • 20% off all merchandise in our online store
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Gold Member – this level is available to the general public at large.  Membership dues are $10 per month and the funds are used to enable the work of the Foundation to advocate for Officer Safety and to administer our Safety Grant Program.  Without Gold Members, the Foundation would be unable to operate.

Donation: $10 per month / $120 per year

Membership Benefits:

  • Members Challenge Coin (limited circulation)
  • Car Window Sticker
  • 20% off all merchandise in our online store
Join with a Gold Membership

 

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OUR MISSION

We are dedicated to the enhancement of officer safety and vitality throughout the law enforcement community by promoting public awareness for their protection and fulfilling safety equipment and training needs.

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THE NEED

Over 900,000 law enforcement officers honorably serve the population of the United States - that equates to 1 officer for every 350 citizens. On average, 125 officers are lost and another 15,000 are injured in the line of duty each year. Yet funding for safety equipment and training is dwindling as tax revenues decline. The need for supplemental funding to protect these officers has never been greater.

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