Law Enforcement friends, family and supporters … the Broward County PBA has set up a way of helping Deputy Peter Peraza and his family through this very difficult time. Deputy Peraza is a family man and a decent person who was thrust into this horrible situation by just doing his job and responding to a 911 call.
If you can help, please mail a check, made out to the BROWARD COUNTY PBA HOPE FUND and put Peraza in the memo section, to 2650 West State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312. You can also give them directly to Meghan Anderson, Chris Anderson, Chris Palamara, Don Huneke, Robert Lahiff or Christopher Bradley.
If you are unable to donate at this time, please send your prayers and positive thoughts.
Thank you and God bless.
From John Rivera, Florida PBA President
In keeping with our solemn duty to care for our fallen heroes, the Florida PBA has enhanced the following survivor benefits covered by our Heart Fund Charity.
As of today, if a member is killed in the line of duty, his or her survivor will receive a $50,000.00 lump sum benefit from our Heart Fund. Â This enhancement is increasing the benefit from $30,000 to $50,000.
Additionally, if a member is catastrophically injured in the line of duty, the member will receive a $30,000.00 benefit from our Heart Fund. Â This enhancement is increasing the benefit from $20,000 to $30,000.
It is our obligation to never forget the sacrifices of those heroes we have lost. Â We must always remember. Â May God bless you.
The Broward County PBA HOPE Fund is now collecting donations on behalf of BSO Deputy Tommy O’Keefe. Please see the flyer for more details. This is an URGENT request. Attached are two files: a JPG for uploading to social media; a PDF for printing and posting to bulletin boards.