We want to show our law enforcement officers we support them and appreciate their service.
STAND has designed a simple, yet poignant reminder that our men and women in blue are loved and respected. These high quality, durable 3.5 x 2 inch wallet sized cards will serve as a daily reminder to our officers that their efforts are worthwhile, and that somebody sees and appreciates them.
With your help we raised enough funds to send Police Prayer Cards to the 3400 members of the Dallas Police Force and the 1300 members of the Milwaukee Police Force!
Ultimately, we want to place one of these cards in the hand of EVERY SINGLE POLICE OFFICER IN AMERICA.
For every dollar donated, we will send a Police Prayer Card to an officer on your behalf. Please help us spread the word! Share this page and use #STANDWithLawEnforcement
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Chesapeake, VA 23328
TAKE A STAND
POLICE PRAYER CARD CAMPAIGN
STAND was on the ground in Milwaukee in the wake of the civil unrest that has put significant stress on law enforcement. With your help we had the opportunity to deliver 1300 Police Prayer Cards to the Milwaukee Police Department and meet with Senior Commander Schmidt at the Milwaukee Sheriff's Department.
WE STAND WITH DALLAS
PROTECT THOSE WHO PROTECT US
WE STAND WITH YOU TO PROTECT AND TO SERVE
JOIN THIS NEW INITIATIVE TO COVER LAW OFFICERS IN PRAYER FOR THEIR PROTECTION
2 COINS FOR $20 +
$5 SHIPPING and HANDLING
May the light of God surround you.
May the love of God enfold you.
May the power of God protect you.
May the presence of God watch over you.
Wherever you are, God is.
The Prayer of Protection on the back of the coin is an adaptation of a prayer written during World War II by James Dillet Freeman, an acclaimed Christian poet and author. This prayer was one of two Freeman prayers carried to the moon by Apollo astronauts.
When you purchase a Prayer Pledge coin for yourself, an identical coin will be sent to a member of law enforcement to let them know you are praying for their protection. Or, receive both coins and personally give one to the law enforcement officer of your choice.