How You Can Help
Beginning with our first Safe At Home Game in 2015, we have been largely self-funded through a few very generous donations, primarily from individuals connected with APIVEO and L.E.A.D. as well as the Atlanta Police Foundation. However, costs for stadium rental, promotional materials (posters, t-shirts, etc.) and transportation have all substantially increased since then. And, with our current goal of strengthening our ties in the Atlanta community and developing outreach programs targeted to cities across the U.S., we are seeking to expand our abilities through a crowdfunding program and sponsorships which will allow us to reach our goal and do so much more!
We need you! Please consider joining our efforts to promote much needed positive dialogue, understanding and mutual respect between our at-risk youth and the police officers who work hard every day to keep our communities safe. Your donation will allow us to build on this successful initiative and move the Safe At Home Game forward to serve as a blueprint for tearing down some of the barriers that exist today among citizens of our communities and the police who serve us all.
All donations are welcome. Check out the level of giving listed on the right side of this page. You can also see our refund policy under Terms and Conditions of Use.
APIVEO and L.E.A.D. are registered 501(c)3 non-profits organizations. All donations are tax deductible.
Please click here to contact us for help or with any questions.
5th Annual Safe at Home Game Campaign
Happy this is happening the fostering, the reaching across the aisle. It is needed across the county in every town and city. 💞 👍💞
Happy to help my dear friend Rose Caplan ❤️
Congratulations on a great game! Wonderful to see young Black men coming together with APD members for a time of fellowship and friendly… Read more
Congratulations on a great game! Wonderful to see young Black men coming together with APD members for a time of fellowship and friendly competition.
Thanks for helping this worthy cause Rose Caplan!
I love how this event brings community together. Keep up the great work!