GOFFSTOWN 30 September 2016: Please join the Goffstown Police Department at McDonald's, 569 Mast Road on October 5th from 4 to 8 P.M. as we take part in this partnership.
On October 5, McDonald’s Restaurants of New Hampshire are spearheading a fundraising effort to raise $50,000 for the New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police. This event runs during National Police Community Policing Week and works to connect police departments with their local communities. During the October 5th fundraiser, a local police officer and cruiser will be on site at each McDonald’s from 4-8 p.m.. The Officers will meet and greet families and children in addition to providing educational tips and information to customers.
McDonald’s will also recognize several police officers throughout the state who go above and beyond as well as officers who are highly invested in their the community. There will be booklets at each location recognizing these officers. “McDonald’s of New Hampshire is proud to help the local New Hampshire Police Departments as the service they provide is vital in maintaining the safety and well-being of our state,” said Peter Napoli, a McDonald’s Owner/Operator in New Hampshire. “Every McDonald’s location throughout the state will be doing its part to support those who protect the communities in which we do business.”
The New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police is a 501 (c) (6) organization with a focus on public safety and elevating the standards of police service and the advancement of the highest ethical and professional standards. The money raised through this event will assist in providing high-quality law enforcement training and the continued development of the profession of law enforcement and toward the police’s efforts in supporting the communities, they serve.
“The New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police welcomes our new partnership with McDonald’s. Together we believe that by interacting with our communities and its children, we can offer insight into law enforcement and the challenges law enforcement face today. It is through this initiative that McDonald’s is providing an important platform on which we can build a bridge between the police and the communities we serve,” Pat Sullivan, Executive Director New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police said.