Several ways to Thank A Cop today - Tucson News Now

Several ways to Thank A Cop today

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Today is the day to 'Thank a cop'. 

A chance for the public to let the officers know how much they are appreciated for what they do.  There are several ways the public can show their appreciation.

One way is by eating lunch, but not at just any restaurant, Wendy's.  Go to any Wendy's restaurant in Tucson and mention 'Thank A Cop' day and the restaurant will donate 15 percent of the cost of customer's orders to the Tucson Police Foundation. 

Another way to say thanks is with a thank you card. The public can sign a card and bring it to anyone of five stations around the city. 

-Main Station (Downtown): 270 N. Stone Avenue
-Midtown Substation: 1100 S. Alvernon (22nd & Alvernon)
-Westside Police Service Center: 1310 W. Miracle Mile
-Rincon Substation (Eastside): 9670 E. Golf Links Rd.
-Santa Cruz Substation (Southside): 4410 S. Park Avenue

Tucson Police officers will be on hand at the 22nd Street station to greet the public. 

A last way to say 'thank you' is by donating to the Tucson Police Foundation. 

The money raised helps the Foundation to provide crucial life-saving equipment and training for Tucson Police officers.

To donate to the Foundation go online to www.tucsonpolicefoundation.org

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