The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics San Luis Obispo County
LT Bill Proll and hundreds of officers in San Luis Obispo County donate their time and expertis to benefit Special Olympics.

Eat Out & Support Special Olympics

Local law enforcement officers will trade in their badges for aprons to spend an evening serving you and raising money for Special Olympics San Luis Obispo County.

At the Tip-A-Cop fundraisers, Officers, Deputies, Police Chiefs, and the Sheriff will happily wait on customers hand and foot. 100% of the proceeds raised at the dinners will benefit Special Olympics athletes. If you cannot attend a dinner, please support Special Olympics by making a donation.

Help law enforcement support people with intellectual disabilities. For more information, contact Lt. Bill Proll at or 805.781.7369.

Dates & Locations


It costs $150 to reserve a table for eight.

  • Tri-tip, chicken, ribs, OR a vegetarian entree (tri-tip & chicken or vegetarian entree offered at the Morro Bay and Cambria dinners)
  • Salad, beans, bread, and dessert
  • Beer, coffee, soft drinks, water, or wine
Reserve a Table

About LETR

The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics (LETR) is a volunteer movement that was established by members of the law enforcement community. The mission of LETR is to increase awareness and raise funds for the Special Olympics movement. Southern California's Torch Run is one of the leading programs in the world, raising nearly $1.3 million in 2013 with 2,000 participants representing 200 communities. Learn more about LETR.

Thank You to our Sponsors (view all sponsors)

Presenting Sponsor

Food 4 Less

Platinum Sponsors

Coca-Cola Kiwanis International
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Meet Our Athletes

You can watch stories about how your donations change the lives of people with intellectual disabilities by visiting our Athlete Profiles page.

Training for Life

Special Olympics San Luis Obispo County provides year-round sports training and athletic competition to over 750 children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendships with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. All programs are offered at no cost to athletes and their families. Special Olympics receives no government funding and relies solely on the support of our local community and fundraising events like these.

Make a Donation

Created by the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation. Authorized and Accredited by
Special Olympics, Inc. for the Benefit of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities.

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