Unwavering commitment to be the voice for law enforcement in all ways possible as well as collaborating with communities to build trust and improved communication.
VFB provides a voice for active duty and fallen officers through community events and online advocacy.
Support, Respect, Community
Lifting up the families and communities of active duty and fallen law enforcement officers
Showing officers the respect they deserve
Empowering law enforcement with community events
"Plain and simple: I am a passionate supporter of law enforcement throughout our country. The danger of the job they face daily and their commitment to serve and protect while risking their own lives is what I consider bravery. Law enforcement protects us from evil, commits to answering the call for EVERY citizen, and dares to face all calls, not knowing the outcome. Our law enforcement does all of this, while at times receiving minimal support from elected officials. This makes for a thankless job, but they honor the badge. We will always stand with law enforcement in all ways possible and be relentless in our support, regardless of non-police supporters who want to be the only voice heard. We also stand with the families of law enforcement. They endure so much- worried about the possibility that their loved one will not come home on any given shift. God bless law enforcement. We pray for your safety daily."
-Johnny Brann, Sr., President/Founder
•Johnny Brann Sr., Board Member
•Susan Brubacher, Board Member
•Karen Black, Board Member
•Melissa Puplis, Board Member
•Steve Moreno, Board Member
•Susie Damore, Board Member
•Jack Potes, Board Member
JOHNNY BRANN SR. HONORS THE FALLEN WITH PUBLIC-FACING FLAGS
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100% of the money raised goes directly to VFB causes that support our police.
The CARES Act makes a new charitable deduction available to individual taxpayers that do not itemize their deductions. This new benefit, also referred to as a universal deduction, allows for a charitable deduction of up to $300 per individual.