Dunkin Donuts was recently taken over by local police, sheriff and correctional officers for the second Cop On A Rooftop fundraiser hosted by the Special Olympics.
The California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison at Corcoran (SATF), along with the inmate population, conducted inmate food sales and a torch run across the institution’s facilities to raise money for the Special Olympics.
Valley State Prison (VSP) and Central California Women’s Facility (CCWF) employees put their backs into raising money for Special Olympics of Northern California (SONC).
On Thursday, Sept. 20, Special Agents with the Office of Internal Affairs-Southern Region participated in a “Tip-A-Cop” Fundraiser at Rock & Brews in Rancho Cucamonga to benefit Special Olympics. The event was organized by Senior Special Agent Dawn Harvell, Special Agent Richard Lee and Regional Director of Special Olympics-Southern Region Abbey Leffler.
The “special” in Special Olympics Southern California will take on a new meaning when CDCR special agents work tables for tips at a Rancho Cucamonga restaurant on Thursday.
Special Olympics Northern California (SONC) athletes and supporters are getting awfully good at high-fives. They must have slapped at least a thousand of them May 25 at California State Prison, Solano (SOL), as over 300 inmates joined several staff members and a host of visitors in the second Flame of Hope Run.