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Meet the Annapolis Police Foundation

Founded in 2019, the Annapolis Police Foundation raises money to take care of Annapolis kids in need and to fund community building activities.

Discussion with the Annapolis Police Foundation

The foundation also takes kids shopping for school supplies, provides backpacks and a ton of other community building programs. We met with Judy Buddensick and Peter Grimm from the Annapolis Police Foundation, and Lt. Kevin Krauss from the Annapolis Police to discuss the programs.

Learn about (and donate to) the Annapolis Backpack Collaborative, which is raising money to get backpacks full of school supplies to all of the middle and high school students in the Annapolis cluster.

Visit this article to read more about the recent scholarship recipients.

Find more great community discussions at our Third Floor Views page.

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