After responding to a disturbance call yesterday evening near 39th Drive and Pinnacle Peak Road in Phoenix, Arizona, Commander Greg Carnicle of the Phoenix Police Department was fatally shot. Now, the 31-year police veteran will be recognized with a special “Hold the Line” apparel fundraiser from Shield Republic Charities, the charitable arm of the Patriotic lifestyle brand Shield Republic.
A state trooper killed in a single-vehicle crash on I-795 in Wayne County near Pikeville yesterday will be honored with commemorative apparel remembering the officer’s sacrifice while raising funds for his grieving family.
Trooper Nolan J. Sanders was driving his cruiser while on duty the evening of Friday, March 27 when he lost control of his vehicle and collided with a concrete culvert off I-795 near the U.S. 70 bypass. He died at the scene.
A sergeant with Nevada Highway Patrol’s Northern Command who was killed in the line of duty Friday will be honored with a commemorative apparel fundraiser from Shield Republic.
Sgt. Ben Jenkins, 47, was fatally shot while assisting a motorist early in the morning on Friday, March 27. The motorist was stopped at US-93 and White Pine County at Mile Marker 106, just outside of Ely.
A Washington State Patrol trooper struck and killed in the line of duty this week is the latest hero in blue to be honored with a “Hold the Line” apparel fundraiser from Shield Republic.
The charitable arm of the American lifestyle brand has introduced a new line of commemorative apparel honoring the sacrifice of Trooper Justin Schaffer. During a high-speed pursuit of a fleeing suspect on I-5 Tuesday, the 28-year-old state trooper exited his vehicle to deploy deflater strips to stop the suspect’s vehicle. That’s when he was fatally struck during the multi-car pursuit across Thurston and Lewis Counties. The suspect continued his flight until he crashed into a light post and surrendered after a standoff with SWAT officers.
Saturday night, a 33-year-old police officer in the city of Springdale, Ohio was killed in the line of duty when a fleeing suspect with a felony burglary warrant crashed into her.
Now, the fallen officer will be honored with a special apparel fundraiser for her bereaved loved ones. Shield Republic Charities announced today a new “Hold the Line” apparel fundraiser for Kaia Grant of the Springdale Police Department in Springdale, Ohio.
A senior deputy who died in a car crash yesterday in the Austin, Texas area will be honored with a commemorative apparel fundraiser from Shield Republic.
The patriotic lifestyle brand honors fallen police officers and first responders through their “Hold the Line” campaigns, with 100 percent of net proceeds from the sale of t-shirts, long-sleeved shirts, ladies tank tops and decals to be donated to the officer’s family or unit. The company’s latest Hold the Line campaign honors Christopher Korzilius, Sr. Deputy in Travis County, Texas who served with the Travis County Sheriff’s Office (TSCO) for close to four years.
A deputy in Bibb County, Georgia who died yesterday in a car accident is the latest police officer to be honored with a fundraising campaign from Shield Republic Charities.
The charitable foundation of the American Lifestyle brand has introduced a new line of commemorative apparel remembering Deputy Kenterrous Taylor, who was killed in a crash at intersection of Forsyth and Rivoli Drive in Macon, Georgia the morning of March 18. The 27-year-old officer was off duty when he heard a burglary call and chose to respond. On the way to the scene, he lost control of his cruiser and struck a wall near the Rivoli Crossing Shopping Center. He was ejected from the rolling vehicle and died on the scene.
Amid the chaos of the global coronavirus pandemic forcing shut-downs everywhere, a shooter went on a rampage at a gas station in Springfield, Missouri, killing four. Among the casualties was police officer Christopher Walsh, a 32-year-old Army veteran and active Army reservist who had served with the Springfield Police Department for more than three and a half years.
After a Philadelphia Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) officer was gunned down this morning, a patriotic apparel business stepped up to create a charitable campaign honoring the fallen officer and raising funds for his family.
The charitable foundation of American lifestyle brand Shield Republic will run a “Hold the Line” fundraiser for Philadelphia Police Department SWAT Cpl. James O’Connor starting today. The sale will include honorary tees, long-sleeved shirts, hoodies, ladies’ tank tops and decals, with 100 percent of net proceeds to be donated to the O’Connor family via the Philadelphia Police Department.
Shield Republic Charities presented a check this week to the family of officer Joseph Bullock, a Florida highway patrol officer who was killed in the line of duty in February.
On Wednesday, March 12, the charitable arm of the American lifestyle brand team presented a check for $14,527.64 to Trooper Bullock’s surviving family, including his parents and two sisters, at the close of their “Hold the Line” apparel fundraiser honoring the officer’s sacrifice.
An award-winning police officer from Hot Springs, Arkansas who was killed in the line of duty this week will be honored with an apparel fundraiser for his family.
American lifestyle brand Shield Republic launched a new “Hold the Line” fundraiser to benefit the family of Officer Brent Scrimshire of the Hot Springs Police Department, who was gunned down during a traffic stop March 10.
A volunteer firefighter in Wayne County, South Carolina who died this month in the line of duty will be honored with a special fundraiser run by American lifestyle brand Shield Republic.
Shield Republic Charities has launched a new “Hold the Line” fundraiser honoring a South Carolina police officer and military veteran gunned down delivering a detention order and eviction notice in Dalzell.
The page, launched in April 2017, sometimes garners thousands of likes, shares and comments on their most popular posts. Post content ranges from information about police and first responder triumphs and tragedies to patriotic and politically conservative memes, photos from the Shield Republic fan base, as well as information about contests and giveaways run throughout the year.
Lieutenant Shirley Lanning was killed in the line of duty in a head-on collision on the Northwest Expressway near the Kilpatrick Turnpike in Oklahoma City on February 14. Lt. Lanning had served in law enforcement, most recently with the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office, for three decades.
Through the Hold the Line K9 fundraiser for K9 Hondo, Shield Republic will make available commemorative apparel honoring the Belgian Malinois, who was shot and killed on Friday, February 14 during the hunt for a fugitive wanted in connection with a homicide. K9 Hondo served with the Herriman Police Department in Herriman, Utah under handler Sergeant Ben Ricks for half a decade.
Shield Republic Charities, the foundation of American lifestyle brand Shield Republic, has introduced three apparel fundraisers honoring K9 police dogs who have lost their lives.
The company’s Hold the Line K9 fundraisers now include campaigns in memory of police dogs serving at departments Tennessee, Georgia and Maine.
To recognize the officer’s sacrifice and to raise funds for his bereaved family, American lifestyle brand Shield Republic launched a “Hold the Line” apparel fundraiser this winter. Through the sale of commemorative apparel honoring the U.S. Army veteran and father of two, Shield Republic Charities was able to present a check to the Panola County Texas Sheriff’s Office for $9,557.49, with all funds to go to Officer Dickerson’s wife and daughters.
The charitable arm of American lifestyle brand Shield Republic recently presented donation checks from the proceeds of their “Hold the Line” apparel fundraisers to three families of fallen first responders and police officers
American lifestyle brand Shield Republic is kicking off the new year by giving away $5,000 in cash to three members of their “Freedom Club” loyalty program.
With Shield Republic’s “$5,000 Cash Giveaway,” which will run through March 31, two Freedom Club members will receive $1,000 each, with a grand prize of $3,000 going to one winner.
After first responders Nicholas Reyna, a Lubbock, Texas police officer, and Fire Lieutenant Eric Hill were fatally struck by oncoming traffic while responding to a crash on an icy roadway in Lubbock on January 11, American lifestyle brand Shield Republic decided to step in to raise funds for the families of the fallen officers.
American lifestyle brand Shield Republic is upping the ante on its popular “Hold the Line” apparel fundraisers recognizing the nation’s fallen heroes and first responders.
What began as a project to recognize one fallen local hero has expanded to multiple fundraisers recognizing heroes around the country who have made the ultimate sacrifice defending others.
In the moments after gunman Keith Thomas Kinnunen began shooting during a service at West Freeway Church in Fort Worth suburb of White Settlement, Texas late in the 2019 Christmas season, parishioners, including an armed deacon, Jack Wilson, leapt to action to save lives. They, along with other parishioners, pulled out guns recently permitted in churches by concealed carry laws, stopping the gunman in his tracks.
“We are so proud of our community for supporting our fundraiser and helping us raise the money for this donation through the sale of Hold the Line merchandise featuring Sheriff Big John Williams,” said Charlie Romero, spokesperson for Shield Republic. “Thanks to the generosity of the Shield Republic community, Our Hold the Line fundraisers have allowed us to honor the legacies of our fallen heroes while offering comfort and support to their families.”
Through “Christmas To Give,” four local families in Smithfield and the greater Johnston County area will no longer have to worry about a bare floor under the tree this Christmas. The four families will receive a pile of wrapped gifts for themselves and their children, more than 15 in all, to place under the Christmas tree.
Shield Republic Charities, the charitable foundation of the American lifestyle brand Shield Republic, is launching a fundraiser for the family of slain sheriff “Big John” Williams, Sr. of the Lowndes County, Alabama Sheriff’s Office.
Williams was shot and killed in the line of duty November 23 just blocks from his home, in the parking lot of a convenience store in rural Hayneville, Alabama. Williams had served as the Lowndes County sheriff since 2011.
Through Shield Republic’s “12 YETIs of Christmas Giveaway,” registered Freedom Club members will be automatically entered into the current drawing when they make a purchase from the Shield Republic store. For every five dollars spent on hats, apparel or other patriotic merchandise at shieldrepublic.com, the club member will automatically receive one entry into the current contest.
A Smithfield-based clothing brand has grown from a start-up to national brand in less than three years, and today they announced a new initiative dubbed “Freedom Club” to give back to their loyal customers.