LVMPD announces “100 Club” Leadership Giving Program

Feb 25, 2022

LVMPD Foundation News

Las Vegas – February 25, 2022 – The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has announced its newest opportunity to support law enforcement: “The 100 Club.” Membership to this elite leadership giving program is limited and only offered to generous donors who express a continued desire to invest in public safety.

“100” signifies the call numbers for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff. Members of the 100 Club, therefore, have a direct connection to the highest levels of law enforcement, thereby giving them the ability to provide focused support to the LVMPD.

Antonio Accornero has been invited to be one of the first to join the 100 Club and is pleased to be able to continue his support of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department in many ways, not only with his own personal donations, but also by actively organizing fundraisers to benefit LVMPD programs and initiatives.

The 100 Club, in concert with the LVMPD Foundation, will lead the campaign to develop the LVMPD Reality Based Training Center, a multi-phase public safety project to provide essential, life-like and life-saving training to local, state, and national law enforcement officers and other first responders. Supporting the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department will help to build relationships between law enforcement and the communities they serve, making Southern Nevada a safer place for all!

For more information on how to support the LVMPD, please visit https://lvmpdfoundation.org/