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Be the Match launches campaign to encourage first responders to donate marrow–
"First responders understand better than anyone the importance of stepping up when lives are on the line"
Cops plan ice bucket challenge with family of man behind it–
Pete Frates inspired the ice bucket challenge that has raised more than $220 million for Lou Gehrig's disease research since 2014
Video: JetBlue honors public servants for inspiring humanity–
JetBlue debuted its 'Blue Finest' aircraft that is dedicated to the New York Police Department
Wawa launches fundraiser for family of Del. trooper killed at one of its stores–
The company said they will donate $50,000 to Cpl. Stephen Ballard’s family
La. police union's raffle prize: TASER a cop–
"They are willing to do whatever it takes ... to purchase toys for local families in need"
Cop paralyzed on duty fights for benefits–
Officer Cora Kerton injured her spinal cord after she fell while responding to a call of an unconscious man
Paralyzed Idaho cop who lost leg in shootout to receive modified Harley–
Cpl. Kevin Holtry was shot five times during a November manhunt for a shooting suspect
Video: Cop befriends veteran with dementia, helps him move to senior care facility–
Norm recently received the diagnosis
Video: Fort Worth cops 'Shake it Off' for bone marrow foundation–
The police department takes cheek swabs from all incoming officers, and discovered recruit Ty Veltre was a match for a 9-year-old Italian boy
7-year-old girl sets out to hug cops across US–
Rosalyn wants law enforcement to know how much they are loved and appreciated
Cop shot at Navy Yard recovering with help from cop club–
The Renegade Pigs is a non-profit group who is raising funds to help DC Officer Scott Williams
Slain cop's nephew rebuilding patch collection destroyed by fire–
The boy started his collection when his dad, also a Colo. cop, took him to the memorial in D.C.