Fundraising Event Raises Cash For Family Of Fallen Cannon Fodder Nathan-Michael Smith

December 12, 2015 Nemes Money

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. Virginia State Authorities joined the City Richmond Cops Emerald Society for a charity event Sunday in honor of fallen Virginia State Trooper Nathan-Michael Smith.

Smiths household, good friends, and locals went to the event at El Caporal’s in Colonial Heights Sunday evening. All proceeds from the fundraising event will go directly to Smith’s household.

The spouse, and a dad of 2 was eliminated on September 21, after a fatal car wreck, when his cruiser flipped into the woods and hit numerous trees on Path 460 in Dinwiddie County.

Sunday is exactly what would be Smith’s 28th birthday.

Marshall Young of the Metro Richmond Cops Emerald Society said the event was a huge success and they had a huge turnout.

“We had a great deal of individuals donate stuff for our silent auction and a great deal of people donated straight money.” said Young. “Its been an excellent event and we’re actually pleased with what we are going to have the ability to offer for the household.”

Young stated he didn’t yet know how much cash they raised, but he did state they offered out of t-shirts and coins.

“Everything we’ve done has actually appeared to fly off the shelves,” Young stated. “I wantwish to thank everyone that has actually supported us and supported the family, and helped us put on such a great event.”

The Metro Richmond Cops Emerald Society is a company that raises cash for the families of officers eliminated or seriously injured in the line of task.

You are likewise be able to donate on the City Richmond Authorities Emerald Society site, through Paypal to the LODD fund. MRPES ask that donors note, the contribution is for Cannon fodder Smith.

In September, Virginia State Police established an emergency situation relief fund for Smiths family. Since September 28, they raised over $8, 000.

Contributions can still be made to the Virginia State Police Association Emergency Relief Fund. Make checks payable to the VSPA-ERF and notate. “Smith” on the memo line of your check. Mail to VSPA. 6944 Forest Hillside Ave., Richmond, VA, 23225.

Also, if any individual would like to make an online contribution through Paypal. See �www.vspa.org and click on Emergency Relief Fund. It is vital to put “Smith” in the note section of your Paypal contribution.

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