With the current climate and views of Law Enforcement, CVF has made it a priority to help those who wear the badge and make the decision to sacrifice their lives to keep their communities safe. It is our honor to help the families of heroes who have passed as well as departments in need.
Projects and Partners Below
Orland Park Police Dept.
CVF is honored to be able to help out the men and women of the Orland Park Police Department through the donation of 4 less lethal collapsible stock's and forend's to be installed on 4 less lethal shotguns. This donation was made possible thanks to the help of Adaptive Tactical.
The multi positions of new stock's will help the shotguns be perfectly fit for each Officer utilizing the less lethal weapon. All in all they will help fit the needs of the individual Officer, thus making their job easier and safer.
Illinois Concerns Of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) operates as a peer support network for survivors of line-of-duty death according to federal criteria.
Each year, between 140 and 160 officers are killed in the line of duty and their families and co-workers are left to cope with the tragic loss. C.O.P.S. provides resources to help them rebuild their shattered lives.
Chicago Police Memorial
The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to honoring the lives of our fallen heroes. The Foundation provides support and assistance to the families of Chicago police officers who are killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty.
CVF was happy to give CPMF a donation and goes to all of their charity baseball games.
Palos Park Police Cadets
We are proud to support the young men and women cadets that selflessly donate their time to assist the fine officers of the Palos Park Police Department and the residents and motorists of Palos Park.
The Cord Vanderpool Foundation commend the commitment showcased by these cadets' to community service and appreciate their hard work - along with the hard work and mentoring from officers and investigators like Pat Maier and John Murray.
Officer Snow Removal
CVF is assisting injured in the line of duty and elderly first responders that are unable to clear the snow from their driveways due to physical limitations.
Our foundation will plow driveways as part of our giving programs.
We would like to express our gratitude to Wicked Warnings of Lisle, IL and Emergency Vehicle Technologies out of Mokena, IL for donating a portion of their time to install the required warning lights on our plow truck.
CVF would also like to express our gratitude to KeyBar for their generous contribution to this program as well as the custom KeyBars. KeyBar is a business who makes custom key organizers.