Thursday, April 11, 2019

Law Enforcement throughout Southern California give a whole new meaning to "protect and serve" at the Claim Jumper Tip-A-Cop fundraisers. On April 11, 2019, officers served as celebrity waiters at local Claim Jumper restaurants, and they donated all the tips they received to Special Olympics. Tip-A-Cop has been a favorite way for officers to raise money, and the public loves to have the officers wait on them hand and foot.

With your help, we raised over $47K for local Special Olympics athletes!

Thank you to everyone who came out to the 2019 Claim Jumper Tip-A-Cops on April 11!

2019 Fundraising Totals

Burbank, LASD - $650
Long Beach, Long Beach PD & CHP- South LA - $4,312
Monrovia, LASD Temple Station & Monrovia PD - $3,244
Northridge, LAPD Devonshire - $3,247
Palmdale, CHP Lancaster - $2,500
Valencia, CHP Newhall - $1,646
Rancho Cucamonga, SBSO Rancho Cucamonga - $2,750.00
San Bernardino, San Bernardino PD - $4,286

Brea, Brea Police Department - $2,259
Buena Park, Buena Park PD - $2,649
Costa Mesa, Costa Mesa PD - $5,020
Mission Viejo, Orange County Sheriff/MV Station - $1,515
Fountain Valley, Fountain Valley PD - $9,133
Downtown San Diego, SDPD - $1,769
La Mesa - $1,788
San Diego (Carmel Mtn), SDPD - $1,923


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How Your Donation Helps

Every dollar raised through Tip-A-Cops will help fund Special Olympics programs in your community. Special Olympics Southern California enriches the lives of athletes with intellectual disabilities and their communities through sports, education, and athlete health. Learn more about how we change lives.

About LETR

The Law Enforcement Torch Run® for Special Olympics is a volunteer movement that was established by members of the law enforcement community to support Special Olympics. The mission of LETR is to increase awareness and raise funds for the Special Olympics movement through events like Tip-A-Cops. Learn more about LETR.

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Luke Farnell