For 15 straight years we have raised money with our charity motorcycle ride!
In 2020 we are keeping the tradition alive... VIRTUALLY!
You can help us give the joy of Christmas to deserving children by participating in our 15th Annual Shop With The Sheriff Charity Motorcycle Ride by purchasing one of the packages below!
With the purchase of the gold package you will receive a limited edition commemorative anniversary challenge coin, a Shop with the Sheriff Lapel pin, and your name will be entered into a virtual raffle for various prizes. Upon payment of the gold package you will also receive multiple destinations (via e-mail) for you to complete. Any or all destinations can be completed at your leisure. A picture of any or all destinations must be submitted to email@example.com by Friday October 30th. The drawing for the virtual raffle will be on Friday November the 6th on the Cumberland County NC Shop With a Sheriff Foundation Facebook Page at 3pm on Facebook Live. Winners will be contacted via email and prizes will be distributed with safety measures and social distancing practices strictly enforced.
With the purchase of the silver package you will receive a limited edition commemorative anniversary challenge coin and a Shop with the Sheriff lapel Pin. Upon payment of the silver package you will also receive multiple destinations (via e-mail) for you to complete and submit a picture at your leisure.
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The Cumberland County Shop With a Sheriff Foundation is a nonprofit charitable organization, which is a recognized tax-exempt entity and which is separate from and independent of the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office. This charitable organization is not a governmental entity or an aspect of a governmental unit. Donations to the Shop With a Sheriff Foundation are applied directly to benefit the less fortunate children within Cumberland County, North Carolina, and are not in any manner directed to or used by the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office or the County of Cumberland itself.