A Holiday for Heroes and The BB&T Arena were able to donate more than 100 tickets to first responders and their families to the Justin Moore/Lee Brice Concert. Opportunities like this allow first responders to spend much needed time with their families and allow their loved ones to relax from the constant worry they experience while their loved ones are at work.
In 2016 A Holiday for Heroes donated $500 to the Northern Kentucky Police Officers Memorial located in Covington Kentucky.
Deputy Tyler Brockman of the Boone County Sheriff’s Office was invited to play in our first annual golf tournament at Triple Crown Country Club in 2015. After being involved in a critical incident in 2014 a local business teamed up with A Holiday for Heroes in an effort to give back to those who serve us each and everyday. Tyler’s greens fees were paid by a anonymous donor in the amount of $1000.
Members of the Covington Police Department were engaged in a lengthy shootout with a suspect in December of 2013. Several officers that responded to that call were invited by a anonymous local business to play in our first annual golf tournament at Triple Crown County Club. A local business covered the $1000 greens fees as a Thank You to the brave men and women of the Covington Police Department.
Jared Demoisey served 20+ years with the Boone County Sheriff’s Office before retiring in the summer of 2015. Jared’s greens fees totaling $1000 were paid for by a local business as a Thank You for a job well done over the last 20+ years.
Deputy Jason Jones of the Boone County Sheriff’s Office was forced to leave law enforcement after an unexpected medical condition arose in the spring of 2015. Jason served the people of Boone and Gallatin Counties throughout his career. Jason was given a $750 support grant from A Holiday for Heroes to help provide his family with the Christmas they deserved.