The Buckeye Police Foundation is a private independent organization created to support and provide crime prevention, safety awareness, and assistance to crime victims and survivors of crime. The Foundation’s primary focus is to serve and provide assistance to domestic violence victims and survivors.
The Buckeye Police Foundation provides temporary shelter, clothes, food, transportation and resource referral to domestic violence victims, survivors, displaced individuals families and children.
Last year we provided temporary shelter for several families and helped them obtain long term, sustainable, assistance and placement throughout the west valley area. We assisted several hundred children, over 300 families, and dozens of domestic violence victims with basic clothing, food, job placement, school supplies and child care services.
Shirley Youngker’s Allstate Office in Buckeye is supporting the Buckeye Police Foundation by assisting with collecting donations. Shirley wishes to honor the late Alfred Olsen “Corky” in working with our organization. Al was a tax law lawyer and was known as a Buckeye treasure. Al loved his Buckeye community and learned that the best way to get joy in one’s life was to give it away to others.
The Foundation provides “Challenge Bags” for adult and children, domestic violence crime victims, as well as survivors of crime. Shirley Youngker’s Allstate Office in Buckeye is supporting and assisting the Foundation by being a collection center for challenge bag contents particularly for socks for toddlers, boys, girls, men and women!
If you would like to help, please drop off donations, socks are a particular need to the Buckeye Allstate Insurance Agency located at 1510 S. Watson Rd (Fry’s complex off Watson and Yuma) or the Buckeye Police Department. Thank you!
If you have any questions or want more information on this Foundation, please contact Don McWilliams at 623-349-6454.