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PCRC, Inc.
700 E. Joppa Road
Towson, MD 21286
410-887-5901

 


Meets the fourth Tuesday of each month, 7 p.m.
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
7401 Park Heights Avenue
Pikesville, MD  21208
410-887-6775

For information contact: Jerry Dantoni - j.dantoni@verizon.net

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PIKESVILLE POLICE AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL

 

                OUR ONLY FUNDING  SOURCE IS YOU 

Dear Member of the Pikesville Community:


P.C.R.C. is a no-frills charitable organization, with no paid staff, no luxurious offices, no fancy dinners, and no boondoggles.  Every dollar you contribute is spent to support the efforts of the law enforcement officers here in our local community.  How does the Pikesville PCRC do this?  Here are just a few of the ways:

 

·     Underwriting the cost of specialized training on dealing with domestic violence, the impact of drugs in the community, gang violence, hostage
incidents, and terrorist threats

·     Purchasing badly needed equipment, things like bicycles for community patrols and laser beacons for the K-9 unit

·     Providing Thanksgiving and Christmas meals at the Precinct for officers who are at work, away from their families, on these holidays

·     Sponsoring an Annual Officer Appreciation Day to recognize the Precinct's men and women, their spouses, and children for the sacrifices they make for us every day of the year

·     Honoring an Officer of the Year, selected by the Precinct Commander, Captain John McGann, and the PCRC Board,with an engraved plaque 

 
We also organize and hold monthly meetings at which Captain McGann and his colleagues come together to inform all members of the community, all of whom are welcome to attend, to discuss crime trends, learn about police activities, share community and police concerns, hear crime prevention tips,and improve communication.  If you would like more information about our work, please email
j.dantoni@verizon.net, and you will receive a prompt reply.

 
In the meantime, before putting this letter aside, please make your tax-deductible charitable contribution of $10, $25, or $50 – however much or little you can afford – to the Pikesville P.C.R.C. today.  Also consider a request of a $ 100.00 contribution from your Home Owners’ Association, and then g
o to our PikesvillePCRC Donation secure PayPal contribution site, click or copy and paste this link into your web browser 


www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=YGSZEF5M8XU9Y 

o
r, the old-fashion way, by making your personal check payable to "Pikesville P.C.R.C."and mailing it to us:
 

Pikesville P.C.R.C. c/o 

Baltimore County Police Department

Pikesville Precinct 4

 215 Milford Mill Road

Pikesville, MD 21208

 

The Pikesville P.C.R.C. exists to enhance and recognize the work of the dedicated men and women at the Pikesville Precinct, as well as to further police-community communication and understanding.  We need your assistance, will put whatever you contribute to good use, and will greatly appreciate your charitable gift in support of our local police precinct.

 

Thank you in advance for your support,

          Jerry D'Antoni, President 

501 (c) (3) # 26-0163694

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