"10-33!" When a member of the law enforcement community hears this code transmitted over the radio, he or she will likely drop whatever they are doing and listen intently. Their pulse will quicken as they wait for the next transmission. "10-33" is the radio code that represents a request for emergency assistance. When an officer uses this code, or its equivalent, he or she needs help. The officer might be in a fight, a shooting, administering CPR to a child not breathing, or involved in any one of a number of critical incidents.

On-duty situations are not the only times officers might find themselves in need of assistance. They may put out the call for assistance as they face a life-threatening illness-their own or a loved ones. They may put out the call as they recuperate from an on-duty injury. Or they may put out the call in the wake of a natural disaster, such as Hurricane Katrina.

In order to provide practical support to members of the law enforcement family, whenever or from wherever the call comes, Ten-Four Ministries has established the "10-33" Fund. This fund is dedicated to providing financial support to members of the law enforcement family (sworn, reserve, or civilian), in times of need.

Upon approval, we will work with your community to provide an outlet for donations for the law enforcement officer in need.

To make a tax-deductible contribution to the "10-33" Fund, please make your check(s) payable to: Ten-Four Ministries

Mail your donations to:
Ten-Four Ministries
10-33 Fund
P.O. Box 52005
Tulsa, OK. 74152

Ten-Four Ministries will absorb any administrative costs associated with the "10-33" Fund. 100% of your donation will go directly to providing financial support to members of the law enforcement family.

We would love to hear from you if you know of anyone in the law enforcement community that would benefit from our support. Contact us and we will do whatever we can to help

"Back-Up" is never more than a call away.

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March 2012
Missions Trip:  Phillippine National Police

April 15, 2012
Guest Preaching:  Calvary Baptist Church