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Tip-A-Cop events will be held statewide at local restaurants. Local, state, college, university and correctional officers will work with the wait-staff to help serve meals, refill waterglasses and clear tables.  Patrons will have the opportunity to 'tip their cop above and beyond what they would give to their wait-person.  100% of the proceeds benefit thousands of Special Olympics Connecticut athletes. Please look for a Tip-A-Cop in your area.

Tip-A-Cop has been a favorite way for officers to raise money, and the public loves to have the officers wait on them hand and foot.  If you are interested in hosting a Tip-A-Cop, please contact Lisa Markham at 203-230-1201 x231 or Lisam@soct.org

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Cop-on-Top is a new type of fundraising effort for law enforcement. During a pre-determined weekend, officers are perched on rooftops of local businesses and stores for a certain amount of time to raise money for Special Olympics Connecticut.  Before the officer takes his position, he sets a financial goal, and if the goal is met before time is up, he or she can come down.  During the Cop-on-Top, the department running the fundraiser urges customers to donate to Special Olympics Connecticut and alleviate the officer from the rooftop.

All of the funds raised during the event will go towards the athletes of Special Olympics Connecticut.

 

If you your interested in hosting a Cop-on-Top, contact Lisa Markham at 203-230-1201 x231 or Lisam@soct.org

 

Jail n Bail

Jail'n'Bail events raise money by collecting as many donations as possible through “warrants.” Police Officers along with fraternities, sororities or other groups go on “warrant” runs and arrest faculty, staff and/or students and transport them to jail. The event usually takes place during the universities Spring Weekend activities. students from SCSU, CCSU and Fairfield University have all participated in the Jail n Bail. All donations go towards the athlete's of Special Olympics Connecticut (SOCT).

 

Click here to view our calendar of upcoming

Tip-a-Cops, Cop-on-Tops and other LETR Fundraising events 


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