Hurricane First Responders Need Help.
Over 1000 Police / Fire were directly affected. The destruction by some of the worst natural disasters in the country affected everyone including first responders, who had to leave their families and homes in ruin to respond to the calls and cries of the public.
Our country is in the midst of a catastrophe like we have never seen before. The scope of the damage will not be determined for weeks, possibly months. Hundreds of first responders' homes were destroyed or damaged and their families have been displaced, yet they continue to respond to help others.
Sadly, a 34-year veteran of the Houston Police Department drowned in his patrol car while responding to deadly Hurricane Harvey.
Sgt. Steve Perez, 60, died when he became trapped in rising floodwaters.
So many of you have reached out to ask how you can help and we are very grateful. Right now, sending money to assist the First Responders who lost their own homes and/or vehicles is the most helpful for us.
In an effort to directly help the First Responders who have been pushed from their homes, we are requesting that everyone throughout the country and world to make a donation knowing that 100% of their donation will go directly to the First Responders who were deeply affected by this disaster. Los Angeles Police Department and Air Support Angels Foundation will be partnering with the United Way to assist First Responders and their families.
We can assure you that 100% of whatever you send will go directly to First Responders who have suffered severe losses from the floods.
We will keep you updated on the situation as it progresses. Please accept our most heartfelt thanks for whatever you can do to help all the first responders who are in so much need.
Please pass this along through social media channels to assist with our movement of helping
those who help others.
Air Support Angels Foundation
318 W 9th St
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Air Support Angels Foundation is a
certified public non-profit 501(c)(3)
President Lance Ordin
POC: Officer Adam Greenburg