How To Make Donations To Brevard Deputy Kevin Stanton’s Family, Was Killed in Line of Duty Saturday

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Brevard County Public Safety Charity created to help Public Safety Officers and their families

All donations for Brevard County Sheriff’s Deputy Kevin Stanton’s family be made to the Brevard County Public Safety Charity Inc. in the name of Deputy Sheriff FTO Kevin Stanton. Donations can be made by visiting BCSOcharity.org or by contacting Sue Parker, the charity’s Executive Director at 321-749-4684.

SHERIFF WAYNE IVEY THANKS COMMUNITY FOR SUPPORT

Donations can be made by visiting BCSOcharity.org or by contacting Sue Parker, the charity’s Executive Director, at 321-749-4684

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – First and foremost on behalf of the 1,500 members of our agency, I want to personally thank our entire community for their tremendous outpouring of love and compassion following the loss of one of our Brevard County Sheriff’s Office family members yesterday.

The number of community members who have reached out to us offering their prayers, support and love has been overwhelming and a true demonstration of how much our citizens love our agency.

From each of us, we hope you know how much we love you and how touched we are by your compassion and support.

Since the tragic loss of FTO Kevin Stanton yesterday morning, members of our community have been asking where they can make donations to help Kevin’s family during this most difficult time of loss.

ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey held a press conference Saturday morning regarding the tragic death of Brevard County Sheriff’s Deputy Kevin Stanton, who was killed in an early morning crash on I-95 near State Road 50 in Titusville.

As you would imagine our agency is working closely with Kevin’s family to not only coordinate the forthcoming Law Enforcement Honors Service but to also assist them with anything they need.

As a result, we are asking that all donations for Kevin’s family be made to the Brevard County Public Safety Charity Inc. in the name of Deputy Sheriff FTO Kevin Stanton.

Brevard County Sheriff’s Field Training Officer Kevin Stanton died in a traffic crash on I-95 on Feb. 17. Donations to Deputy Stanton’s family can be made by visiting BCSOcharity.org or by contacting Sue Parker, the charity’s Executive Director at 321-749-4684.

Donations can be made by visiting BCSOcharity.org or by contacting Sue Parker, the charity’s Executive Director at 321-749-4684.

The Brevard County Public Safety Charity (BCPSC) is a newly formed not-for-profit organization that was created to help Brevard County Public Safety Officers and their families during difficult hardships.

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The organization works with community leaders, businesses and citizens to raise funds to help our law enforcement officers and firefighters in their time of need.

These funds will help our public safety members and their families when they face critical challenges such as medical emergencies, long-term illness or even the tragedy of a line of duty death. This charity organization is designed to help protect those that protect us each and every day.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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