Be a Hero - Help a Hero
With a father in the hospital, and medical issues to include recurring seizures with his wife that have brought about a stack of medical bills for 2 ambulance rides, MRIs, Cat scans, EEGs and other tests with on the horizon.
Our brother Retired Lieutenant Scott Serio can use our help in getting caught up - It won't take much, $5 or $10 from as many of us as can afford it and things will be back on track in no time. Taking care of his dad, and now trips back and forth to the doctor for and with his wife, he has been trying to handle her business and keep up with his, taking extra work the way we all do, but with jobs falling through and not enough time in a day to handle work and be with his dad, and wife he will need help. He thinks he can manage with as little as $5000 - Hopefully, we can help him get to that number and go from there.
For those of us that don't use PayPal, you can send donations directly to him at the following address
7 Spring Knoll Ct.
Colora, MD 21917
Thanks for looking and thanks for your help
Important to donate to Ret LT Serio use his email address above - We can no longer collect for anyone, when we collected for the Baltimore 6 even though we passed every penny on to the officers as well as contributing our own donations... we were contacted by the IRS and currently are being investigated with possible back taxes of $12600.00 So for that reason we are only helping to bring attention to our police families need for help and hope to be able to help them without costing us more than we can afford. With that I thank you for helping the Lieutenant, as if there is one thing I can say about police and seeking help, they will risk their own lives to give someone help, but don't know how to ask for help, so in most cases, by the time they ask for help it was needed yesterday, they have tried everything else and have no choice but to ask for help and that help is needed right away if not sooner. So I thank everyone that has stood up to help this Baltimore Police Brother.
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We are always in need of help with the History site, there are a lot of expenses Server fee's alone will be running $75 a month soon, they are currently sitting at $55 a month and we know we will be needing more space soon. We are also looking to add a better search engine and that will be a one time fee of $200. On top of that, we have to buy research methods, books, newspaper archives, photos and other sources so it is not cheap, but we have some of the best information of the history of any police department, and we use newspapers and books to get our information. If we get info from someone that was there, we use that info to research info that is written down and confirmed, nothing again people's memories, but we all tend to forget or hear something that might be misinformation to start. I know with the reason "CITY" was taken off the patch we had 3 reasons, and I think the truth was a 4th reason. I think with the new search engine visitors will have an easier time finding the information we have. So if you can donate we would appreciate it.
Be a Hero- Help a Hero
10-16 Officer Needs Assistance
When we needed their help they were always there for us – Now they need our help, it’s our chance to be the hero by making a small donation to help a hero.
Baltimore’s retired police have had their pensions stripped to nothing or very near nothing, their medical plans have been increased to where many can’t afford them, busted up, and broken from years of fighting crime to make the streets safer for us, these men and women have given you their all, now they need your help. Make a donation on the donation link in the left-hand column and in the Purpose Box simply type “10-16” and we’ll make sure your Baltimore Police receive every penny of it
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