Ventura County Sheriff's Foundation

SUPPORT OUR VENTURA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES

Mission Statement:

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Foundation is an independent nonprofit 501C(3) organization with a sole objective to support the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office (VCSO) tax ID #20-3780163. The Foundation seeks to build community partnerships to enhance public safety in Ventura County with the support of individuals, families and businesses.

The Foundation accomplishes these goals through:

1. Grants to VCSO

2. Sponsor programs for community engagement with VCSO

3. The Grossman Scholarship

4. Sgt. Helus Training Facility

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SHOW A PATROLING DEPUTY YOU BACK THE BADGE

Become a member and recieve a vehicle sticker!

Coppers and Choppers

A FREE, FAMILY-FRIENDLY EVENT OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY!

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH 11A.M. – 3P.M.

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Shop with a Cop Fundraiser 2021

Shop with a Cop Fundraiser

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  • This article was posted on 11 18, 2021

The Sheriff’s Foundation is speechless on the overwhelming support we received from our generous guests at the Shop with a Cop fundraiser- we exceeded our goal! Thank you to Mercedes Benz of Thousand Oaks for hosting this special night for Shop with a Cop...

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Sgt. Ron Helus Training Facility Groundbreaking Ceremony

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On the morning of June 4, 2021 at the VCSO firing range, a 30 year old dream became a reality. Donors, the Helus family, VCSF Board members, County Officials and VCSO staff participated in a ground breaking ceremony for the Sgt. Helus Training Facility. In 2018, Sgt. Ron He

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Custom Hero Porsche Honors Fallen Sheriff’s Deputy Killed in the Line of Duty

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  • This article was posted on 10 05, 2020

It was on November 7, 2018 that tragedy struck at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California when a gunman entered the popular bar and opened fire. In total, 12 innocent people were killed, including Sergeant Ron Helus. Sgt. Helus was one of the first officers

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