Thank You Spirit Lake Police Department and Brickel Creek Coffee

 

A huge thank you and Shout Out to Chris and Julie Fourroux from Brickel Creek Coffee in Spirit Lake! 

Chris Fourroux presenting a check to the Foundation

Chris Fourroux presenting a check to the Foundation

Brickel Creek Coffee of Spirit Lake, Idaho sponsored Coffee with a Cop on October 4th 2017. The Spirit Lake community had an opportunity to meet, and enjoy a cup’a Joe, with members of the Spirit Lake PD who take pride in serving the their community! Their participation in the Coffee with Cop is evidence of that pride. Thanks Spirit Lake Police!

As part of the “Coffee with a Cop” event in Spirit Lake, Brickel Creek Coffee showed their support for the event with a 50% pledge of their profits generated from the event. Proceeds went to the Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation, Inc. with a $120 donation that was garnered over the 2 hour Coffee with a Cop event. Thank you Brickel Creek Coffee!

Brickel Creek Coffee

Brickel Creek Coffee

We are forever grateful to both Spirit Lake Police Department and Brickel Coffee for their efforts in keeping the community safe.
 

 

Bayview Chamber of Commerce

 
Bayview Chamber of Commerce

This evening the Bayview Chamber of Commerce presented the KCPFMF a check for $500. On behalf of the over 350 first responders working in Kootenai County thank you for your generous donations the past two years. We appreciate your continued support.

 

Teeing up with the Memorial Foundation.

 
Winner must be Present.

Winner must be Present.

Available at Event Auction.

Available at Event Auction.

Our Board of Directors and tireless volunteers are putting the finishing touches on our biggest event of the year, The 12th Annual Kootenai County Memorial Golf Tournament took place at Avondale Golf Club today.

#KCPFGolf2017 @ProtectKootenai

#KCPFGolf2017 @ProtectKootenai

Hashtag: KCPFGolf2017

The hashtag for the event this year was #KCPFGolf2017. Be sure to put your pics of your favorite memories of the event on your favorite social media platform; Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and  tag us at @ProtectKootenai.

Weather forecast for today's Aug 4th event was mid to high 80’s. We dressed for the heat, remembered to stay hydrated throughout day, and of course, didn't forget to re-apply the SPF. 

Tee Up!

Just in time for the Golf Tournament we are pleased to announce that our T-shirt featuring the Memorial Foundation logo was ready to be worn with pride. Grab one for yourself, a friend, and/or your favorite first responder. For 20 American dollars you can show your support for your local first responders.

Details on how to purchase the t-shirt via firstrespondersmemorial.org will be posted soon. Stay tuned. 

Thanks for Teeing Up.

 
 

 

Pennies for Protectors

 
THAN YOU

Each year a group of Kootenai County community members gather together to show their support and raise funds for their local first responders.  While this community may be modest in age and stature, their efforts, enthusiasm, love and support for their community stands tall. Evidence of their incredible contributions is the annual Pennies for Protectors fundraiser organized and hosted by Hayden Meadows Elementary School. 
Each year since 2006, children from Hayden Meadows Elementary have raised funds for KootenaI County Police and Fire Memorial Foundation. To date the funds they have raised total over $5,300. This year they raised and donated $589.73.  We are grateful to them for hard work as they are testament to the future generations of Kootenai County’s local ethic of giving back and getting involved in the communities we are part of. 
Please join us in thanking Hayden Meadows Elementary and their students for the tremendous job they have done bringing our community closer together with their valuable contributions this year and year’s past. 

 

Cd’A Realtors Association: Paint the Town Blue

 

Special thanks to Coeur d’Alene Realtors Association for their Paint the Town Blue event which resulted in a donation to Kootenai County Police & Fire Memorial Foundation. 
This year’s Paint the Town Blue event included pinwheels! 
For more about the event read the Cd’A/Post Falls Press article from May 9th, 2017
 

Realtors