Retired ESU P.O. Charles Pagani’s wife Myra, who is his primary caregiver, is facing a health battle of her own and is in desperate need of an Rh-Negative Kidney Donor. See flyer for details on how you can help.
The Brian Moore Memorial Fund was set up to honor P.O. Brian Moore, who lost his life in the line of duty in May 2015. For details about the Annual Golf Outing on August 30, 2023 in his memory, click here.
The Brotherhood for the Fallen is looking for members to help the honor their commitment to stand with our brother and sister police officers across the country every time a cop falls in the line of duty. See flyer for details on how you can help.
The daughter of our brother Jamie Rand, retired Bronx Task Force PBA Delegate, is in critical condition at Boston Children’s after taking a turn for the worse in her battle with a rare heart condition. Friends of the family have established a fundraiser to support them in this supremely difficult time. Contribute here.
Help our brother and his family (wife and four young children) as he battles “Lou Gehrig’s Disease.” Contribute here.
Help our 32 Pct. brothers and sisters as they support the families of our fallen heroes. See details of t-shirt fundraiser organized by the command by clicking here.
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Click here to find out more about how to hep the family of P.O. Christopher Tsoi
On April 27, 2021 Highway Patrolman Anastasios Tsakos, assigned to Highway 3 was struck and killed while working the scene of a previous vehicle collision. He leaves behind a wife and two children, ages 6 and 3. In an effort to help his family, Highway 3 is releasing this memorial T-shirt where all proceeds raised will go directly to his family. Click here to see details of the shirt, and how to buy it.
PO Chris Bramwell is in desperate need of a kidney. See flyer for details.
Retired P.O. John McGoldrick passed away suddenly last month, leaving behind his wife and their 9-year-old special needs son. This family needs our help.
Please help P.O. Christopher Brower (76 Pct) and his wife, Caitlin, in their quest for a liver transplant for their son, Maverick. Click here for full details.
Lt. Chris Cunha, the CO of 62 Det. Squad, was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. While he is courageously taking on this battle, members of the 62 Squad and 62 Precinct are putting together a benefit to help alleviate some financial stress. See flyer for details.
While away at college in Florida, Joshua Evans, son of NYPD Sergeant Lillian Leslie-Evans, was rushed to the hospital where he underwent emergency surgery to repair bleeding on his brain. He is currently in a Florida hospital on life support. Click here to find out how you can help.
Request for a kidney donation for our daughter, 16-year-old Julia Mulroy. See details.
From Richard L. Reers: I am a retired Sergeant, last command Tactical Patrol, and former member of the PBA until promotion. I am reaching out to ask for any assistance members of the PBA may be able to provide for my daughter and her husband and their 3 sons, all under 5 years old. At 37 suffering from genetic end stage kidney disease and after a year of grueling dialysis, Jonathan is about to undergo a kidney transplant thanks to his sister, Jillian. Jonathan has given 16+ years of service as an EMT & Volunteer Firefighter of the Commack Fire Dept & Jillian continues to serve as an EMT. This event will take a major financial toll on the family as Jonathan will be out of work without pay for several months and Susan will be docked each time she takes off from work as a Commack Middle School Special Ed teacher to help care for their family.
Retired MOS, Sue Mahoney, has started a Go Fund Me page for her sick daughter.
See Presley Madison Rios's Go Fund Me page for details of her condition, and the treatment she needs.
New York State Police Trooper Joseph J. Gallagher, who has small children at home, is fighting for his life. He was struck by a vehicle while rendering assistance to a breakdown. Shirts are being sold to help with family finances. Click here to order a shirt, and here to read the story of Trooper Gallagher’s accident.