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Promoting fidelity and providing support to the Law Enforcement and Firefighter community
Promoting fidelity and providing
support to the Law Enforcement
and Firefighter community

About

It is our immediate goal to energize support for Law Enforcement using the Veteran and family member community

Objectives

  • Provide support for law enforcement and firefighters
  • Promote fidelity

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We wouldn’t be able to operate or maintain this organization without the generosity of donors.

Get Involved

Volunteer at events in your city. Have an idea for an event? Host an event in memory of a fallen hero.

EVENTS

Ways to get involved with Project Overwatch

Fight for Unity Project

Fight for Unity Project

Fight for Unity Teamed with law enforcement, ‘Fight for Unity’ is committed to bridging the gap between law enforcement officers and at-risk youth from the Salt Lake City area. ‘Fight for Unity’ is a carefully tailored program to teach at-risk/disadvantaged youth:...

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Central Texas Rallies – Silent No More

Central Texas Rallies – Silent No More

Situation: Project Overwatch has been extremely active in 2020 in response to the latest surge of anti-Law Enforcement movements and rhetoric. We are continuing to do all we can to assist our brothers in blue by engaging the community to show support and providing...

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Cobb County Police Rally 2020

Cobb County Police Rally 2020

Situation: In June 2020 Project Overwatch was contacted by a local supporter from the Atlanta Metro area. The supporter requested assistance in organizing and hosting a rally to show support for Law Enforcement in/around the Atlanta area. The Morale and welfare among...

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Police Week 2019

Police Week 2019

Situation: Police Week began as a small memorial service in 1982. Since then it has grown to a national event that attracts thousands of supporters, survivors, and Law Enforcement every year. Attendees come from agencies and departments throughout the United States...

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A Letter from Our Founder
A Letter From Our Founder As I talked to friends about starting Project Overwatch a common question I was asked was; “What made you want to do this?” There are two prominent trends about the Veteran community that made me want to start this.
First, I think we have to be very careful about the message being sent to the American public about Veterans. I see commercial after commercial focused on “helping the Veterans”, and “the Veterans need our help”. PTSD is talked about like it comes with every enlistment contract.

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