As soon as COVID-19 restrictions allow, we will resume monthly meet-up's
In lieu of flowers, the family of Captain White has asked those wanting to honor him, to make a donation to NOCO Police and Fire Families. We are humbled by their thoughtfulness.
A message from the Brighton Police Department:
We are saddened to announce the passing of one of our own - retired Brighton Police Department Captain Robert White.
“Bob was just a really special guy," said Former Brighton Police Chief and Councilmember Clint Blackhurst. "He understood law enforcement and he was good about understanding people. He was totally dedicated to building the Brighton Police Department into becoming the best it could be.”
More on White's career, life, and legacy: https://www.brightonco.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1454
Your support and contributions will enable us to hold social events and fundraisers for first responders and their families. We are a State registered 501c3 EIN # 83-405683
We have created this page as a place to support, build friendships and strengthen our First Responder Families. Our hope is to bring not only the families of First Responders together, but also the First Responders themselves, in a fun, drama free and easy going environment.
We plan on having monthly meet ups with First Responder families, where the entire family can attend to get to know each other, communicate the ups and downs of life and most importantly find fun and easy support as we all move through this life as a First Responder Family. This is an opportunity for us all to find new friendships and connections and strengthen those that we already have.
We look forward to meeting you all!!
We want to bring value to each one of the first responders, and their family.
We love our Police & Fire Families. Please feel free to give us any feedback, or ideas.