Charitable contribution to Fraternal Order of Police Foundation recognized at Wolverine Lake Police Department
WOLVERINE LAKE, Mich. — The Vice President of Michigan’s Fraternal Order of Police, John Marasco, along with state Sen. Jim Runestad, on Friday recognized a charitable contribution made to the Fraternal Order of Police Foundation by the Detroit Chapter of ITSERVE Alliance. The check presentation was held at the Wolverine Lake Village Police Department.
“It’s an honor to attend this presentation with ITSERVE President Neela to show our gratitude to the Fraternal Order of Police and all they do to support our officers,” said Runestad, R-White Lake. “This foundation is vital to supporting those who protect and serve our communities.”
Vijaya Neela, the President of the Detroit Chapter of ITSERVE Alliance, presented the check in the amount of $3,000.
“It is our honor to contribute to this foundation’s work,” Neela said. “The mission of the Fraternal Order of Police Foundation is central to supporting peace in our communities.”
The Michigan State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police is one of Michigan’s oldest and largest organizations of sworn law enforcement officers. The State lodge was formed in 1939 and currently has a membership of approximately 10,000 men and women in 54 individual lodges.
ITSERVE Alliance was created to serve underrepresented IT companies in the United States and provide opportunities for collaboration and improve industry standards with over 1200 members and member companies. This contribution was made on behalf Detroit regional chapter of ITSERVE Alliance. Members of the IT business community joined in the presentation.
PHOTO from left to right: community coordinator Sunny Reddy, ITSERVE Alliance CSR team member Jay Gubbala, ITSERVE Alliance Detroit Chapter President Vijaya Neela, State Fraternal Order of Police Vice President John Marasco, ITSERVE Alliance CSR team member Joe Peddiboyina, and state Senator Jim Runestad, R-White Lake.