The attorneys of McNabola & Associates, LLC in Chicago are proud to support law enforcement members throughout our communities. To show our thanks for all that they do, we have happily sponsored the Brotherhood for the Fallen golf outing at the Gleneagles Country Club in Lemont, Illinois.
This year’s event looked a bit different due to precautions necessary during the coronavirus pandemic. The event was carefully organized to allow responsible social distancing at all times while still giving plenty of opportunities for fun and camaraderie on the links.
We would like to thank the Gleneagles Country Club for hosting this awesome event. Of course, we also want to show huge appreciation for everyone who was able to attend or support the Brotherhood for the Fallen in other ways. Thank you!
More About the Brotherhood for the Fallen
When a police officer falls in the line of duty, it is emotionally devastating to their loved ones. The situation only gets tougher when the families of the fallen face new financial hardships because of the officer’s passing. The Brotherhood for the Fallen is a charitable, nonprofit organization that is dedicated to “supporting the families and departments of fallen officers across the United States.”
Each year, the Brotherhood for the Fallen organizes various fundraisers and charity events, like the recent golf outing we were able to sponsor. Money is used to help pay for burial costs of fallen officers, as well as providing immediate financial support to their families. In many law enforcement families, the majority or entirety of the household’s income comes from the officer’s work, so redirecting donations to surviving family members as soon as possible is a must.
To learn more about the Brotherhood for the Fallen, please click here to visit the organization’s official website. On the homepage, you can use a link to donate directly through PayPal. If you do not have any finances to spare but would like to support the Brotherhood for the Fallen and police officers everywhere, then please share this blog entry with the people you know. Spreading awareness is a big help, too, and we thank you for it.