Local Officer boxes in Children's Charity Event
JCSO Salutes FPD Officer Brian Goldfarb
JCSO Salutes FPD Officer Brian
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office wishes to salute Franklin Police Officer
Brian Goldfarb who volunteered to box in the 2012 Guns & Hoses II Southeast
Boxing charity event on May 5, 2012.
After three tough rounds, Brian Goldfarb (wearing blue in the photo) was
declared the winner after putting his opponent on the floor more than
Guns and Hoses is an annual event where local law enforcement officers have a
competitive boxing match against local Firefighters – all in the name of
charity. This charity event raises
money for the 911 Gives Hope organization, which
is a group of Police Officers, Firefighters and Paramedics dedicated to
improving the lives of children and people with disabilities. 911 Gives Hope is a
non-profit corporation and no members of 911 Gives Hope receive
any type of salary; 100 % of all money donated goes directly to local charity
that involves children and people with disabilities. To date, 911 Gives Hope
has raised over $160,000 for
local children’s charities. 911 Gives Hope has two major
projects that it supports in addition to donating to over 40 other
organizations. We are also currently raising money to build a Group Home for
persons suffering from Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS).
The Sheriff's Office salutes FPD Officer
Brian Goldfarb for participating in this great charity event.