About the Daytona Beach Police Foundation

Program Overview

The Daytona Beach Police Foundation (DBPF) was established in 2007 under the direction of former Police Chief Mike Chitwood. The DBPF is a donor-advised fund of the Community Foundation of Volusia and Flagler Counties, a 501c3 organization that raises money through donations and fundraisers throughout the year. The money that is raised is used specifically to purchase equipment and training and education opportunities for Daytona Beach police officers. DBPF is organized and administered entirely by citizens and volunteers on its board of directors.

Funds

DBPF does not replace municipal funding but only supplements it in an effort to develop and participate in approved activities, which are not covered in the department’s annual budget. To make a donation mail to:

Daytona Beach Police Foundation
P.O. Box 9063
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
 
For credit card payments, please donate here.

Private Resources

The private sector has a real stake in the success of the Daytona Beach Police Department and the safety of our city. The DBPF serves a vital role, connecting private investment dollars with effective public safety solutions. The Foundation is engaged in an effort to leverage private resources to fund high priority law enforcement needs. DBPF's scholarship fund is a prime example of how the funds are being used.

Goals

In addition to the scholarship fund, some of the foundation's other goals include:

  • Supporting advance law enforcement training opportunities
  • Supporting community crime prevention programs
  • Assisting in research and development
  • Corporate gifts
  • Provide funding for DNA testing

 

Daytona Beach Police Foundation
P.O. Box 9063
Daytona Beach, FL 32114 
Email: info@daytonabeachpolicefoundation.org