Tragedy Response

We are honored to serve those who serve us. And, we understand how important it is for community to support those who give the ultimate sacrifice.

Over $729,000 raised since 2015

Founder's Family

When Greg was killed in 2015, the community rallied around our founder, Kassy, and their 6-month old son, Sal. Using an online fundraiser, over $200,000 was raised to support their family following Greg’s tragic death.

We carry forward this immense kindness through our Tragedy Response Program. Anytime an officer is killed in the line-of-duty or critically injured in the line-of-duty in South Carolina, we offer to facilitate community giving to support the officer and their family and to honor their bravery. Since 2015, we have facilitated over $729,000 raised. We do not keep any of the money raised, and 100% is donated to the officers and their families.

Current Fundraisers

On October 20, 2020, Master Deputy Conley Jumper with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office was one of three deputies responding to a traffic stop that led to a physical confrontation between the deputies and a person stopped in the car. During the scuffle, the vehicle accelerated and collided with a tractor trailer. All three deputies and both people from the other vehicle were transported to the hospital where Master Deputy Jumper passed away.

Support Master Deputy Conley Jumper's Family Today!

On the evening of October 3, 2020, Myrtle Beach Police Department officers responded to a domestic call when shots were fired. Officer Jacob Hancher was killed in the shooting. Jacob was a Community Safety Officer for four years and a police officer for less than one year. He was also a volunteer firefighter with Horry County Fire Rescue.

Support Officer Jacob Hancher's Family Today!