http://www.symbolarts.com/fbinaa-50k-coin-challenge

What is the 50K Challenge?

The 50K Challenge has been created, in partnership with Symbol Arts, as a way to say thank you to the thousands of first responders who put their lives on the line every day to protect our communities and freedoms. Our goal is to sell 50,000 coins with our portion of the proceeds providing assistance to our members through the Charitable Foundation.  This program is an opportunity for you to help recognize our public safety community and the amazing work they do. Join us in taking the ‘challenge’ by gifting a limited edition, commemorative coin to someone who has touched your life, been a mentor, a volunteer, colleague, someone who helped out in a difficult situation or to simple say, “Thank you for what you do.” These coins also make a wonderful gift for company golf tournament participants, training and conference attendees.

Why is this program important?

Can you imagine knowing your home is likely being burnt to the ground, destroyed by flooding waters or being demolished by a tornado? Yet, while these disasters are occurring, our members as law enforcement leaders’ are out in their communities helping others. Or the devastation a family must endure when their loved one is killed in the line of duty. The sale of these coins will help, in a small way, alleviate some of their financial burden.

How can you help?

By purchasing one or more of our coins. This is an opportunity to encourage and promote positive interaction between yourself, the community and the men and women who work tirelessly and usually thanklessly to keep us safe in the communities they serve and protect. Take the challenge and post a video on your social media platform stating “I took the challenge – did you?” Email  it to the Foundation so we can upload it to our website for the public and first responders to view. 

Click on the link below and take the first step towards our 50K Challenge.

www.symbolarts.com/fbinaa-50k-coin-challenge

For questions or further information, please contact:

Karen Killpack
Manager of Strategic Partnerships
FBINAA Charitable Foundation
karenkillpack@FBINAAFoundation.org