MEMBERSHIP

The Knoxville Public Safety Foundation strives to provide assistance and support to safety professionals and their immediate family in the event of catastrophic injury, illness, death or other significant life-altering events.

LEVELS OF GIVING

There will be two paths for membership to the KPSF. One will be for businesses and one for individuals. The following levels will be designated based on the amount of the donation. Membership designation will be good for one year.

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RECOGNITION OF DONORS

Each individual or business who contributes will be recognized. The recognition will be based upon the level of giving. Examples of recognition might include a lapel pin or a decal for a membership in the Foundation. For additional levels of giving, donors/members may be exposed to a closer examination of the core departments including shooting at the Firearms ranges, participating in fire department training, firearms simulators, riding/driving on the driving tracks, ride-a-longs with public safety personnel, plaques and other methods of recognition that will be determined later. All consenting donors/members will be recognized in any Annual Reports.

FOUNDING CONTRIBUTORS

CHIEF’S CIRCLE
Jim Haslam
Natalie Haslam
Jimmy Haslam
Dee Haslam
Raja Jubran
Clayton Family Foundation
Randy Boyd
Sterling Owen
Steve South
Norman Majors

DIAMOND LEVEL
University Health Systems
George Kershaw
Bob Talbott
Sam Furrow
Marshall Wilkins
Former FBI Agents

We would also like to recognize the contributions of J.E. Henry and Mike Hill of IT 4 the Planet for the creation and installation of our software and, without whom, this web site would not exist; Lysette Aviles and the Graphics Design Department of Scripps Networks for their assistance with the web site graphics; Mary Gallant of Gallant DesignWorks for her assistance with the web site; Sherry Smith and Debbie Moore for their multiple contributions of accounting, typing, and general guidance in performing the “behind the scenes” duties to make the Foundation successful, and finally the KPSF Officers and Executive Committee members who performed hours of volunteer service to complete the infrastructure, to solicit funding and to do what was necessary to make the Foundation operational.