Vote Today For Which Non-Profit Holden PD Should Help
Last month, the Holden Police Department celebrated a pretty impressive milestone. It was 20 years ago that the Holden Police Department was established.
In recent years, Holden PD has become synonymous with doing kind and generous deeds, thanks in part to the creation of the 25 Days of Kindness program started by late Police Chief Chris Greeley, who passed away recently.
Carrying on this spirit of Kindness, the department, under its new Chief, Edward Benjamin, is continuing this tradition of generosity. So they put it to the public to see if anyone knew which anniversary it was that they were celebrating. And the person who got it right would win some cash.
And because Holden seems to be a community full of folks willing to help and pay it forward, the winner of the online contest donated her winnings to charity.
"We had a contest last week. We asked our followers if they knew when Holden PD became a police Department. Karen Dawn had the correct answer... April 2003. As the winner, she chose Shepeherd's Godparent Home in Bangor to receive a $300 cash donation from us (we also donated a few hundred diapers)!"
Looking for another opportunity to spread some kindness, the Holden PD put out another interactive poll on their social media this past weekend, asking folks which non-profit they should give a little boost of cash.
"Since we turned 20 years old in April, we are feeling very GENEROUS. Please tell us, in the comments, which non-profit in our area should receive a $250 cash donation from the Holden PD. The non-profit with the most votes will win the cash donation!"
According to the Hold PD Facebook Page, you have until midnight tonight to vote.