If you’re inspired by Netflix Series “FLINT TOWN” and would like to donate to help Flint Police, the FLINT POLICE FOUNDATION is the only organization officially linked to the Flint Police Department.
Donate Now For A Safer Flint
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The Flint Police Foundation will provide funding, beyond what is allocated by the city budget, to sustain and enhance the crime-fighting tools needed to keep the community safe.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Your Contribution Counts
The Flint Police Foundation provides the funding – beyond those allocated by the city budget – to sustain and enhance the department’s crime-fighting tools needed to keep our community safe. Ultimately, having access to the proper tools and training keep both the public and police officers safe. Click here to learn more about Edo.
Needed Law Enforcement Items
• Critical Training Needs
• Personal protective crime fighting gear
• Tasers, Tear Gas and less lethal munitions
• Firearms Range Training Activities
• Additional radar units, police body cameras
The Foundation Supports:
Messages From Flint Police Department Supporters
Thank you for all you do for my hometown.
— Lisa, St. Charles, MO
Donating as a former Michigan resident and watcher of the Netflix documentary. Hang tough.
— Terry, Lake Villa, IL
I can not imagine trying to do your job. Thank you for everything you all do to keep us safe and your bravery.
— Katarzyna, Flushing MI
Keep up the good work Flint PD. Although it may not look like it, there are MANY people that are beyond thankful for the work you put into the community.
— Sezay, Royal Oak, MI
Wish I could do more. Stay safe!
— Todd, Ludington, MI
Keep up the good work.
— Tony, Ridgehaven, South Australia
I am a MSU Medical Student in Flint for 2 years. The passion and the hard work of the Flint community is inspiring, and I appreciate all you do to help this community continue to improve and prosper.
— Lauren, Ann Arbor, MI
Love and support from Chicago. Good luck, be safe.
— Emily, Chicago, IL
Thank you for all that you do. I am a former resident of the Flint area and know how hard your job is. Keep up the good work, the people of Flint need you. Stay safe and may God bless you all.
— Tori, Lansing, MI
I pray for all of you everyday. The things you go through in this city, and treated so poorly. God Bless You!!
— Kristi, Clio, MI
Keep doing what you are doing.
— Chelsea, Leederville, WA
I watched Flint Town, I grew up not to far from Flint and have friends and family go to UofM Flint and Kettering. I know $10 is small but I hope it will help you protect the people of Flint.
— Julie, White Lake, MI
Be safe, I got your 6.
— Lonnie, Hugo, MN
I don’t live in Flint but thank you for all you do!
— Vickie, Pontiac, MI
Thankful for your service to your community and our country.
— Allison, Fayetteville, AR
Stay strong and I believe in men and women of the police force.
— Jay, Houston, TX
Thank you Flint Police Department for all the hard work.
— Steven and Karen, Flint, MI
Just finished watching the documentary, hope this helps.
— Robert, Sterling Heights, MI
If each person in the the Great USA gave just $1 – the dedicated hard working FPD would have $326,766,748! Even half the population would make such a difference! It is a crying shame about the budget and water situation – I REALLY feel for and have the greatest admiration and respect for you guys, I hope you can hang in there! Much love, Irish Ita in the IK! 🙂 xx
— Ita, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, United Kingdom
God bless you all and keep you safe!
— Richard, Pleasant Lake, MI
From one underfunded and neglected community to another. Thank you for all you do with what you have. From the South Bronx, with love,
— Maribel, Bronx, NY
#Flintproud Thank you for your hard work.
— Steve and Karin, Lennon, MI
A few meows for the CATT team. With love from CA
Mel, Marina del Rey, CA
Thank you for doing what you do.
— Troy, San Diego, CA
I’m not a huge fan of police… I’m a broke college student but I’m donating what I can. Goodluck!
— Kayla, Canton, MI
I know this isn’t much, but every small amount counts. Prayers and blessings go out to those brave men and women who protect and serve their community.
— Ryan, Gladstone, MI
Go home safe tonight.
— Noel, Los Angeles, CA
I loved the documentary and hate that this is happening in my country. Officers Urquhart and Officer Watson especially struck a chord with me – they are the epitome of public servants.
— Michelle, Flower Mound, TX
Stay Safe Brothers
— Robert, Taylor, MI
Want to send you guys some love. I am inspired by the compassion, the commitment to making the community better and most of all the will to care for and understand the people you are sworn to protect. The empathy I saw watching the series filled me and my family with hope. In these times that means a lot. Thank you!
— Cori, Irvine, CA
You guys are amazing. Thank you for everything you do in making a difference!
— Nina, Lansing, MI
You are protecting my aunt and uncle in Flint, and so thank you for all that you do there.
— Christopher, Newport News, VA
Keep fighting the good fight!!
— Katharine, Novato, CA
Watching the Netflix gave me a new perspective on what it’s like to be a police officer in the US. I lived in Oklahoma for about a year, and my wife’s American, so I have some connection to the US. Just wanted to help you guys out, it’s nothing but a god damn shame that a police force has to work under those kind of circumstances. Styrkekramar från Sverige! Kör hårt!
— Simon, Lulea, Sweden
Thank you for your tireless efforts to support your community. They are acknowledged and appreciated! ❤️
— Kristen, Richardson, TX
You all are doing an amazing job giving back to the city of Flint with pretty much no money. Hope this helps. Glad to see so many Black men and women and blue! Hoping for a Season 2 of Flint Town.
— Clark, Greenwood, IN
I grew up in Flushing and now reside in Silicon Valley. I’ve been spreading the news of your documentary far and wide. Keep up the great work! Proud to support you guys!
— Molly, Morgan Hill, CA
I applaud all of you for the tough job you have with understaffing, a water crisis, and lack of funds. You are truly individuals to look up to and admire and I do. Thank you again for all you do.
— Gracy, Leander, TX
It’s not much, but I’ve watched the series twice now and it is unbelievable the struggle you all have to face. Here’s hoping for a snowball effect with the donations. You all stay safe.
— Kevin and Jessica, Southgate, MI
Your hard work does not go unnoticed!! Sorry I couldn’t donate much but just know, each and everyone of you are in my prayers and will always have my support. I support blue lives!! You deserve the proper equipment to stay safe and keep flint safe!!
— Karmen, Ortonville, MI
You guys are amazing to keep doing what you do & staying diligent to your home town! Keep fighting the good fight! We’re rooting for you!!
— Emily, Las Vegas, NV
I love you guys (and gals)! Your courage to be honest, and your dignity under pressure impresses me greatly. I am so proud of you all!!
— Clint, Burbank, CA
— Armando, Worcester, MA
Thank you for what you do for your community. Please know that people do care about the men and women of your department. Be safe.
— Susan, Tacoma, WA
May Gods grace be with you all.
— Shawn, Spencer, IN
Our family believes in all of you ♥️
— Angela, San Jose, CA
Hang in there <3 I hope that the living conditions improve vastly for Flint! Sending love from Canada. — Christine, Ontario, Canada
May God keep you all safe. Thank you for not giving up on Flint.
— Meredith, Grand Blanc, MI
Wish it could be more Was born and raised in Flint from 1951-1972.
— Elizabeth, Milford, MI
Keep up the good work!
— Faren, Howell, MI
Very proud of your department and the example you all set for the community. God bless.
— Dillon, Thompsons Station, TN
Thank you for your service!
— Mike & Patti, Flint, MI
Be safe and strengh my blue brothers.
— Cristobal, San Juan, Puerto Rico
In memory of my neighbour, Mr. Ralph Bull, who passed away recently and whose son was a police officer. And, in honour of all members of Flint PD, but especially those serving, retired, and deceased police officers who suffer (suffered) from PTSD. You’re not forsaken and never forgotten. Fraternally, Cpl. Paula Hanson, husband Mike Stokes, and daughter Alem (Woodstock Police Force, New Brunswick, CANADA)
— Paula, Northampton, New Brunswick, Canada
Such an inspiring group of people battling through obstacles both internal and external. I hope that your town can rally together and you can get the support you truly deserve!
— Rachel, Elkhorn, NE