Charitable Trust & Sponsors

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Annual Drive & Sponsorship

In the last 16 years, the VCDSA has donated more than $870,000 to local programs for people in need, crime victims, disadvantaged youth, the elderly and more. Our Charitable Trust is supported by donations and sponsorships from business and individuals. 100 percent of the funds raised by the VCDSA are used for donations, making this an ideal way for your support to reach programs that improve and keep our community safe.

Sponsor our Direct Mail Campaign

Each year, we invite the business community to sponsor our Direct Mail Campaign. This is an opportunity for your business to send a positive message to the entire community of Ventura County and to be associated with the positive causes of our supported charities. More than 200,000 recipients receive the letters!

We thank our Current Sponsors for their generosity and support. For more information please read our invitation letter or call 1 (800) 789-4528.

Make a Donation…. Anytime!

Your support makes a difference in our community. Please make your donation payable to “VCDSA Charitable Trust” and mail to:

VCDSA Charitable Trust
P.O. Box 911
Camarillo, CA 93010
Thank you for your sponsorship and patronage. Your donation is 100% tax deductible per IRS code 501 ( c ) 3.

Current Sponsors

A.F.C.

A.A.N. Insurance

Air Cartage Intl/Santini Productions

Alpert & King, CPAS

Alschuler & Aschuler, Inc.

Amador-Whittle Architects

AMF Distributors

Anderson Rubbish Disposal

Andrew K. Matsunaga DDS

Artner West Construction, Inc.

Astrium Services Government, Inc.

Auto Tech Intl/ Gas Buster Mart

Automobile Enthusiast Ventures

Balcom Canyon Pet Lodge

Beierle & Beierle

Bert's Bar Supplies & Equipment

Brad's Motor Werke's

Brookfield Farms

BSN

C/O Financial Management Group

California Chevron

Camarillo Recycling, Inc.

Campagna's Concepts & Composites, Inc.

Caroll George, Inc.

Chan Acupuncture Clinic

China Design Studio LLC

Cho Cho San Inc.

Cigar Discount Cigarettes

Cigar House and Cigarettes

Conejo Vacation Trailer

Conejo Valley Stamp & Coin, Inc.

Construction by De Mil

Daniel Home Mirros and Framing

De Remer Tax Preparation & Bookkeeping

Diar Intl Specialty Foods

Epic Ministries

Eurasia Power, LLC

F.G. Lawn Service

Fifth Scen.

Five Star Bookkeeping

Floyd K. Legan Sr.

Galledly for Congress

Hespenheide Design

Hi-Temp Insulation, Inc.

Horn Apartments

Jack's Shoes of Westlake

Jazzercise

Jeons Gardening

JGB Investigations, Inc.

JMS Ranch, LLC

John K. Innes Landscape Architect

John T. Nasse MD.

Joyful Quilter

Keva Engineering, LLC

Landscape Systems Inc.

Larry Sagely

LGC Valley, Inc.

Lawrence R. Anderson Const., Inc.

Linde's Old World Almonds

Loop Motor Lodge

Los Alamos Dressage Center

M. James Arnett & Co., Inc.

Marshall Ranches

Marshall's Bodacious BBQ

Mary Elise Gianos, MD

McCloskey Family Trust

Michael S. Helm

Minato Japanese Restaurant

Murdock Properties, LLC

MVAP Medical Supplies Inc.

North Oaks Coin Laundry

Oakwood Dental

Pacific Appraisal, Inc.

Pendersen Fence & Patio Company Inc

Peter Margolis MD

Petru Corporation

Planet Rescue Inc.

Port Hueneme Animal Hospital

Pro Beauty Center

RT Framing Corporation

Rancho Cream, Inc.

Raul's Custom Cabinets

Ric's Sports Lounge

Rosedale Restaurant, Inc.

SP Consulting Inc.

Silver Sands Motel

Sisters of Mary Mother of the Church

Smoke 4 U

Somers Ranches

Southern California Builders

Specaero Inc.

Staker Law

State Ready Mix, Inc.

Stephen D. Cummings

Stragetic Merchant Solutions

Summit International

Taco Bell

The Great Central Steak & Hoagie Co.

The Players Club

Treat a Palo Verde

Tutorific

United Way of Ventura County

Victor Market LA

Weil Tennis Academy

West Coast Harvesting Inc.

WM Holdings Inc.

Wood & Wood Enterprises

Wynner Construction

X-Treme Toyz

Yale Insurance Service

A.F.C.

A.A.N. Insurance

Air Cartage Intl/Santini Productions

Alpert & King, CPAS

Alschuler & Aschuler, Inc.

Amador-Whittle Architects

AMF Distributors

Anderson Rubbish Disposal

Andrew K. Matsunaga DDS

Artner West Construction, Inc.

Astrium Services Government, Inc.

Auto Tech Intl/ Gas Buster Mart

Automobile Enthusiast Ventures

Balcom Canyon Pet Lodge

Beierle & Beierle

Bert's Bar Supplies & Equipment

Brad's Motor Werke's

Brookfield Farms

BSN

C/O Financial Management Group

California Chevron

Camarillo Recycling, Inc.

Campagna's Concepts & Composites, Inc.

Caroll George, Inc.

Chan Acupuncture Clinic

China Design Studio LLC

Cho Cho San Inc.

Cigar Discount Cigarettes

Cigar House and Cigarettes

Conejo Vacation Trailer

Conejo Valley Stamp & Coin, Inc.

Construction by De Mil

Daniel Home Mirros and Framing

De Remer Tax Preparation & Bookkeeping

Diar Intl Specialty Foods

Epic Ministries

Eurasia Power, LLC

F.G. Lawn Service

Fifth Scen.

Five Star Bookkeeping

Floyd K. Legan Sr.

Galledly for Congress

Hespenheide Design

Hi-Temp Insulation, Inc.

Horn Apartments

Jack's Shoes of Westlake

Jazzercise

Jeons Gardening

JGB Investigations, Inc.

JMS Ranch, LLC

John K. Innes Landscape Architect

John T. Nasse MD.

Joyful Quilter

Keva Engineering, LLC

Landscape Systems Inc.

Larry Sagely

LGC Valley, Inc.

Lawrence R. Anderson Const., Inc.

Linde's Old World Almonds

Loop Motor Lodge

Los Alamos Dressage Center

M. James Arnett & Co., Inc.

Marshall Ranches

Marshall's Bodacious BBQ

Mary Elise Gianos, MD

McCloskey Family Trust

Michael S. Helm

Minato Japanese Restaurant

Murdock Properties, LLC

MVAP Medical Supplies Inc.

North Oaks Coin Laundry

Oakwood Dental

Pacific Appraisal, Inc.

Pendersen Fence & Patio Company Inc

Peter Margolis MD

Petru Corporation

Planet Rescue Inc.

Port Hueneme Animal Hospital

Pro Beauty Center

RT Framing Corporation

Rancho Cream, Inc.

Raul's Custom Cabinets

Ric's Sports Lounge

Rosedale Restaurant, Inc.

SP Consulting Inc.

Silver Sands Motel

Sisters of Mary Mother of the Church

Smoke 4 U

Somers Ranches

Southern California Builders

Specaero Inc.

Staker Law

State Ready Mix, Inc.

Stephen D. Cummings

Stragetic Merchant Solutions

Summit International

Taco Bell

The Great Central Steak & Hoagie Co.

The Players Club

Treat a Palo Verde

Tutorific

United Way of Ventura County

Victor Market LA

Weil Tennis Academy

West Coast Harvesting Inc.

WM Holdings Inc.

Wood & Wood Enterprises

Wynner Construction

X-Treme Toyz

Yale Insurance Service

Charitable Work

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Serving the Community

In addition to serving the community when it comes to fighting crime, members of the Ventura County Deputy Sheriffs' Association enrich and contribute to the community in many other ways.

VCDSA Charitable Donations Top $71,500 in 2016

The VCDSA and its members have a long history of charitable giving. In 2016, we continued that tradition by donating over $71,500 to many worthy causes. Once again, the VCDSA was able to provide financial support to more than 100 different charities and non-profits that provide a broad-range of assistance and essential programs, activities and services, most of them for citizens right here in Ventura County.

The members of the VCDSA have every right to be proud about their Association’s charitable activities, which are reflected in a combined total of over $870,000 donated back to the community in the last 16 years. This charitable giving is one important way we help demonstrate that the men and women of this Association truly care about the communities in which they work and the citizens whom they serve. The VCDSA’s 2016 charitable donations fell into the following general categories:

SUPPORT OF YOUTH IN THE COMMUNITY:

As a reflection of the VCDSA’s longstanding commitment to help local youth, fight gangs and drugs, and support safe and healthy youth activities, the largest segment of our charity funds, over $30,100, was donated to numerous groups that support kids in our area. Of that amount, over $3,600 went to youth sports programs and 17 area schools received VCDSA support. In addition to sports, we provided financial assistance for academic events, music programs, “safe and sober” grad-nights, Scouting, summer-work programs, and at-risk youth support. And we’re proud to say we’ve been corporate sponsors of our local Boys & Girls in Clubs in the County for years, and our combined donations to all of the Boys & Girls Clubs totaled $21,500 in 2016. In our view, these clubs and their programs are uniquely effective, giving kids the kind of mentorship, programs and activities that help them make the best choices for their future.

AID FOR COMMUNITY GROUPS AND VICTIMS OF ILLNESS AND INURY:

The second largest portion of the VCDSA’s charitable contributions, over $21,100, went to assist local organizations that help those suffering from illness, disease, injury, and disability, and also to groups that aid victims of crime, provide food and/or shelter for the underprivileged, assist veterans, and work to enhance medical care and services for local seniors, families and children. Donations to such groups included the National Charities League Juniors to help make children’s cancer treatment more accessible in Ventura County, MADD, Habitat for Humanity, the Rescue Mission, FoodShare, Firefighters’ Quest for Burn Survivors, Casa Pacifica, Camarillo Hospice and many others.

ASSISTANCE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT GROUPS:

The ability to provide financial support for groups that enhance public safety, assist law enforcement, and provide resources to those on the front lines is near-and-dear to the VCDSA. That is why the Trustees of the VCDSA Charitable Trust donated more than $16,430 during 2016 to worthwhile organizations such as Concerns of Police Survivors, the California Peace Officers Memorial Foundation, the Thousand Oaks Police Volunteer program, CNOA, citizens patrol groups, police K-9s and police explorer groups. That does not include another $4,000 in donations made to assist the survivors of peace officers and public safety officers who lost their lives in the line of duty, or who suffered grievous, life-threatening injuries or illnesses. Every year, we feel very fortunate to be able to help those in need and give back to our community on behalf of the VCDSA. We underscore our commitment to local citizens by genuinely helping others, strengthening youth programs and non-profit support networks, and building stronger ties between residents and the men and women of the VCDSA who work for the Sheriff’s Office and D.A.’s Bureau of Investigation.