IPF Stories

Lt. Aaron Allan Memorial

The family of Southport Lieutenant Aaron Allan wishes to extend its gratitude for the outpouring of support in the wake of Lt. Allan’s death and asks that any donations be directed to the Indianapolis Police Foundation.  These may be mailed to the Foundation at: Indianapolis Police Foundation 1525 South Shelby Street Indianapolis, IN 46203 Please […]

Heroes Lost

On Thursday, July 27, the Indianapolis community was rocked by the news of the deaths of IMPD Deputy Chief Jim Waters and Southport Lieutenant Aaron Allan. Chief Waters died as a result of a devastating crash in his departmental vehicle which was rear-ended by a semi on the interstate.  The accident occurred on Sunday July […]

Dogs are Golden in Brackets for Good

After a solid first round in the Brackets for Good Tournament, Golden Retriever Rescue and Community Education was victorious in Round 2, defeating the Indy Police Foundation 6534 to 3317.  During the two rounds, IPF raised over $5,000.  Thanks to all who supported our effort! With one year under our belt, we’ll look forward to […]

Brackets For Good Tournament

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Honoring those who make the ultimate sacrifice

Inscribed upon the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington DC is a touching statement from survivor Vivian Eney Cross: It is not how these officers died that made them heroes, it is how they lived. A new memorial wall is being planned for the Officer David Spencer Moore Memorial Recruit Training Wing at the IMPD […]

Code One Fund for Injured Officers

  Code One: two of the words officers dread hearing the most. Signifying that an officer needs assistance, police officers rush to the scene and do whatever is necessary to help their injured brother or sister in blue. The Indianapolis Police Foundation (IPF) established the CODE ONE FUND in order to help provide resources and support to […]

Make a tax-deductible contribution today!

The Indianapolis Police Foundation (IPF) is proud to be registered and approved through the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a 501(c)(3) organization pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code.  As such, IPF is eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions under section 170 of the Code.  Donors of IPF will receive annual tax receipts detailing the date […]

IPF’s Trauma Kit Project

On July 10, 2008, Officer Jason Fishburn was shot in the line of duty on the near eastside of Indianapolis. Officer Fishburn sustained a gunshot wound to his abdomen, which was stopped by his bullet resistant vest, and a gunshot wound to the head. Responding officers were able to begin emergency medical care on the scene […]

Shop with a Cop® Serves over 100 Children & Families for the Holiday Season

The Indianapolis Police Foundation (IPF) is proud to continue its support the efforts of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 86 (FOP) for the 2016 Shop with a Cop® Program. Shop with a Cop® has been an ongoing program of the FOP to provide under-resourced families with holiday assistance and one-on-one mentoring opportunities for youth […]