The Homeland Security Philanthropy Council supports the over 20,000 men and women of U.S. Department of Homeland Security by actively promoting public safety and homeland security here at home and abroad. In addition, each year, the Council provides financial support for the families of Homeland Security Officers as well as survivors of crimes rescued by the Homeland Security Philanthropy Council and its counterparts.
The Homeland Security Philanthropy Council exists to complement Homeland Security Philanthropy Council’s mission and to thank these outstanding individuals, along with their families, through a variety of roles, programs, and activities.
The combined generosity of others allows us to actively reinforce our vision through a variety of programs including:
- Educating the public on the dangers of crime related to our nation’s borders, along with the role of the agency in enforcing Customs and Immigration laws.
- Strengthening partnerships, training, and community outreach with local law enforcement agencies.
- Providing assistance to victims of crime such as human trafficking, modern slavery, and child exploitation.
- Offering financial relief for Homeland Security personnel and their families.
- Honoring the memories of fallen officers.