KOKUA FOR HLEMF
Aloha. The Hawaii Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable organization established to honor Hawaii’s law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty. Would you be surprised to learn that Hawaii is the only state in the nation which does not have a law enforcement memorial? We certainly were! That’s why the goal of the Foundation is to raise funds to design, build, and maintain a Hawaii Law Enforcement Memorial. The Memorial will honor Hawaii’s fallen officers from every branch of service: federal, state, local, and military police. Once built, the Memorial will stand as a perpetual tribute to those who selflessly gave of themselves so that the people of Hawaii can live, work, and raise their families in safety and peace.
The State of Hawaii has set aside land on the capitol district and the University of Hawaii’s School of Architecture has submitted an award winning design. Now we need your help to raise $1 million to make the Memorial a reality. Please donate! Dig Deep! Every contribution, large or small will help!
Please donate so that the sacrifice of our fallen officers is never forgotten.