9th ANNUAL SHOP WITH A COP
Quakertown Borough Police Department
In Partnership with Surrounding Law Enforcement Agencies
With the holiday season rapidly approaching, Quakertown Borough Police Officer Robert Lee and Officers from surrounding Police Departments are preparing for the 9th Annual SHOP WITH A COP event on December 12.
SHOP WITH A COP is a national program pairing police officers with children to afford them a better Christmas. The program allows children to view police officers in a different atmosphere to promote positive relationships. This program is geared toward Quakertown School District children at the elementary levels. The children are faced with life challenges such as a parent losing a job, homelessness, military deployment, economic shortcomings, and other hardships.
SHOP WITH A COP is funded through the generous donations of our own community, from private sponsors to local businesses. Volunteers from the community help with gift wrapping, hosting, and registration. Each child is allotted a monetary gift card to purchase gifts for themselves and family members, allowing for a more enjoyable holiday. All participating police officers volunteer their own time to support the program.
SHOP WITH A COP started in December 2011 with 14 children and increased to 120 children in 2018, with each child receiving a $150 Walmart gift card.
SHOP WITH A COP was developed to help make the holidays brighter for disadvantaged families in the Quakertown School District. But we cannot do it without your support! Please contact Julie Bender at 215.536.5001 x134 or email@example.com with any questions.
Interesting in sponsoring a child? Click here to download the application!
2019 SHOP WITH A COP CHILD APPLICATION
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2019
The Quakertown Borough Shop with a Cop Program is designed to afford local families a better holiday. The 9th Annual Shop with a Cop will take place on Thursday, December 12 from 5pm-9pm at the Quakertown Walmart. Eligible families must submit their application at Borough Hall to participate in the program. All application records are kept strictly confidential. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. It is the responsibility of the applicant to make sure the
application is complete.
Applications must be submitted to Borough Hall (35 N. Third Street, Quakertown, Attn: Ashton Rosenberger). Applications will be reviewed by the Shop with a Cop Committee. Applicants will be notified of the status of their application. Copies of the application and wish lists can be found at Quakertown.org/SWAC
Eligible applicants must be from the Quakertown School District or referred to the program by a partnering Police Department. Children must be 5-13 years of age. Eligible families have been faced with a life challenge such as loss of job, homelessness, military deployment, economic shortcomings or other hardship.