April 30th, 2017

Agents of Change Capital Campaign

AGENTS OF CHANGE CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

Campaign Benefits

The FBI Citizens Academy Foundation of Cleveland recognizes community trust is an established and highly honored relationship between an agency and the citizens it has been entrusted to serve. This relationship is vital to protecting individuals, the community, and national security.The Citizens Academy Foundation of Cleveland is uniquely situated to work alongside the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to develop and execute innovative programming. The high quality and relevant programs that the fund created as a result of this campaign will enable us to continue to provide high quality, relevant programs that foster trust and deliver vital information to the community.

Campaign Goals

The FBI Citizens Academy Foundation of Cleveland has been funding its programs annually, using membership dues and donations from concerned individuals and corporations within the community. To build upon our success and to be positioned to provide the highest quality programming, the Board of Directors has committed to a $500,000.00 Community Outreach Fund Campaign. The Agents of Change Campaign will provide resources for the FBI Citizens Academy Foundation of Cleveland to fund its Community Outreach Programs for the next five to ten years. This will allow annual membership dues to be used to create scholarships for students interested in a career in law enforcement and design new and exciting programs addressing the ever-changing needs of our community.


For more information and to donate, please download the AGENTS OF CHANGE BROCHURE and PLEDGE FORM.


Most Wanted $25,000

Key Bank

Special Agent in Charge $10,000

SWAT Team Commander $5,000

MAI Capital Management


Markers, Inc.


Mark and Stephanie Summers Family


Bill and Pam Summers Family


David Catanzarite Foundation

Special Operative $2,500

Home Savings Charitable Foundation


Medical Mutual


Philpott Solutions


The Steven Baach Charities Fund


Frank Sullivan


Rhodes McKee


Martin Tarr