Community Outreach

The Sheriff's Foundation for Public Safety is involved in many community outreach programs. To view more information about any of the outreach programs we are involved in, click on the links below to read the full story.

Toys for Tots is a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve unit which distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas.

Coats for Kids is a non-profit serving at risk children by distributing new coats.

Eugene and Juanita Junette launched a child-safety coloring book, Play It Safe, in the 1980’s to give parents a nonthreatening way to teach children about safety. The Play It Safe coloring book has now been distributed in more than 60 countries and 30 languages. Thousands of books are distributed worldwide each year.

The Marjaree Mason Center is a non-profit center to aid victims of domestic abuse and homelessness. The center provides a variety of services, education programs and temporary housing for victims of domestic abuse and homelessness.