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Volunteer and giving opportunities available for those that care about the greater good and importance of healthy law enforcement within the community.

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Who is The National 999 Police and Sheriff Foundation?

The mission of the 999 is one of Good Will towards Law Enforcement. We help our Law Enforcement personnel and their families with financial aid and fundraising assistance when an officer is hurt on the job, overcoming the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Injuries, or seeking Ongoing Training Opportunities to become better Deputies and Officers.

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What We Provide

Our mission is to support, and provide relief to law enforcement professionals.

Support Network

We've curated a network comprised of professional health services that aim to support law enforcement professionals.

Financial Relief

From our annual fundraising efforts, to critical incident specific crowdfunding, we provide needed financial support.


We want all law enforcement to make the most impact in their community, knowledge is power, education is key.


Discover How You Can Help Law Enforcement Across America.

In these troubled times, not everyone can give financially. But still have the desire to contribute and help support our Law Enforcement Professionals.

Here's how you can help:

  • Selflessly volunteer your time to efforts that are local to you and matter most.
  • Spread awareness of the need that Law Enforcement professionals have in your community.
  • Share your involvement in our mission with everyone you encounter.

Facts About The 999

Police & Deputies in the U.S.

Granted to Assist Officers

Critical Incident Fundraisers

In Donations Still Needed

What People Are Saying.

Straight from the mouths of respected Law Enforcement Professionals.



The Palm Springs Police Officers' Association has enjoyed an exemplary relationship with Drew Howitt for over 15 years.
Our police association has received nothing but courtesy professional and service.

Community Gallery

Law Enforcement giving to the community, where it matters most.

Meet The Founders

Discover more about our passionate team.



Executive Chairman

Andrew “Drew” Howitt, was born and raised in Michigan, where he attended Michigan State University, graduating with a B.A. in Communications. He has worked alongside law enforcement with his company NEP for over 20 years. As a result of his passion for supporting Law Enforcement, the 9-99 was born.


Stacey Yudin

Board Executive

Stacey Yudin, before leaving UCLA Department of Medicine to pursue her entrepreneurial dreams, she was a junior founding member of the Global Health Education Program (GHEP) at the DGSOM and was a part of the team that developed the Center for World Health at UCLA. Stacey is also the President of NEP.



Board Member

John Rogers attended University of Southern California and graduated with Bachelor of Science. Currently John is on the board of the Arthritis Foundation and is a former board member of Orange County Youth Sports Foundation. He is an ardent supporter of his local police department, and is an Eagle Scout.

Great Giving Plans Tailored To Your Schedule.

Law Enforcement's biggest supporting heroes can set and forget a consistent giving plan.

  • $100
  • Per Month
  • You are helping out so much.
  • Amazing people like you make our nation better.
  • $1,200
  • Per Year
  • Each year, you are saving lives.
  • Law Enforcement relies on every bit of support they receive.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please feel free to reach out if we're not addressing a question you have.

Who is The National 999 Police & Sheriff Foundation?

The 999 National Police & Sheriff Foundation is a grassroots nonprofit organization founded in 2015 under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS tax code. Our mission is to promote the interests and support of our nation’s law enforcement officers.

What kinds of activities does The National 999 Police & Sheriff Foundation engage in?

We engage in activities aimed at supporting our law enforcement officers and values throughout our great nation. This includes outreach to supporters and communities and digital marketing. We use the funds raised from these activities to support officers and organizations whose goals and values align with our own.

I received a fundraising call from The National 999 Police & Sheriff Foundation. Who can I contact with questions?

If you have any questions regarding our outreach programs, please call (888) 410-7436 to reach our information desk or email us at [email protected].

I have a question about my donation, or would like to be put on a Do Not Contact List. Who should I contact?

If you have any questions regarding your donation or communication preferences, please email us at [email protected] or call (888) 410-7436 to speak to an outreach coordinator.