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The Fraternal Order of Police is the world’s largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers, with more than 325,000 members in more than 2,100 lodges. We are the voice of those who dedicate their lives to protecting and serving our communities. We are committed to improving the working conditions of law enforcement officers and the safety of those we serve through education, legislation, information, community involvement, and employee representation. No one knows the dangers and the difficulties faced by today’s police officers better than another officer, and no one knows police officers better than the FOP.

Thank you for visiting the Coral Springs Fraternal Order of Police Home Page. We are currently conducting our yearly fund raising drive. Below are some FAQ's for those who have received a phone call asking for a donation. Thank you all for your support!

FAQ

Q.  Is the FOP making phone calls asking for donations?

A.  Yes, we have contracted with J&G of South Florida to conduct telephone solicitation calls to help raise money to support charitable community projects, such as Concerns of Police Survivors, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Special Olympics, Youth Athletic programs, Coral Springs Thanksgiving Basket program, Broward County Women and Kids in Distress, college scholarships to local students, and other local programs.  In addition, proceeds are also used to benefit families of fallen officers, our local law enforcement community, local businesses, and the community.

 Q.  What does the FOP do with the money that is donated? 

A.  We use the money to support charitable community projects, such as Concerns of Police Survivors, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Special Olympics, Youth Athletic programs, Coral Springs Thanksgiving Basket program, Broward County Women and Kids in Distress, college scholarships to local students, and other local programs.  In addition, proceeds are also used to benefit families of fallen officers, our local law enforcement community, local businesses, and the community.

 Q.  Does the money really go to the FOP?

 A.  Yes, J&G of South Florida is the only company authorized to solicit donations on behalf of the Coral Springs FOP Lodge 87.  If you still have concerns, you may leave a message for us on the Lodge phone line at 954-340-6375 and a member of our Lodge will call you back.  Receipts with official FOP markings will be given with each donation.

 Q.  I want to make sure the money is really going to the FOP, will an FOP member come by and pick it up?

 A.  Yes, you can simply request for an officer from our Lodge to come by and pick up the donation.  Receipts with official FOP markings will be given with each donation.

 Q.  I received a call from 954-316-xxxx or 954-667-0345, is that really from the FOP?

 A.  Yes, Coral Springs FOP Lodge 87 has a contract with J&G of South Florida to conduct telephone solicitation calls to help raise money.

 Q.  They asked me to leave a check outside my house, so they could come by and pick it up, is that normal?

 A.  Yes, as part of their normal practice, they send employees out to pick up the donations.  Receipts with official FOP markings will be given with each donation.

 Q.  What if I don’t want someone to come to my house to pick up the donation?

 A.  Picking up the donation allows the quickest way for us to receive the donation, however if you are uncomfortable with this method, you may mail the donation to our Lodge mailing address at:
Coral Springs Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 87
P.O. Box 770626
Coral Springs, FL 33077-0626

 Q.  If I want to complain about the phone call I received, who can I contact?

 A.  We would ask that you first try to clear up any concern with the company by contacting Larry or Joel from J&G of South Florida at (954) 316-6310.  If they are unable to resolve the problem or you still have concerns you can contact our Lodge at 954-340-6375 and one of our Officers will call you back.