Golf Tournament

The Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation Celebrity Golf Tournament

Through the Years hundreds of celebrities have participated in LAPMF events and worldwide media has covered.

Jack Nicholson, Elton John, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mark Wahlberg, Kelsey Grammer, Eddie Van Halen, Samuel L. Jackson, Richard Dreyfuss, Chris O’Donnell, Oscar de la Hoya, Ray Romano, Andy Garcia, Luke Wilson, Paula Abdul, Gene Simmons, Dennis Quaid, Martin Sheen, George Lopez, Danny Trejo, Cheech Marin, David Hasselhoff, Larry King, Tommy Lasorda, Vin Scully, Backstreet Boys, Tito Ortiz, Chuck Liddell, Carl Weathers, Daryl Hannah, Don Cheadle, James Gandolfini, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Bob Newhart, Telly Savalas, Johnny Grant, and many more.

The Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation cordially invites you to join us as a sponsor of the 45TH Los Angeles Police-Celebrity Golf Tournament.

Monday, June 17, 2019
Braemar Country Club in Tarzana

This event will not be open to the public. You will be joined by other corporate sponsors, Celebrities and Department employees for a fun filled day that raises money to help ensure that financial assistance is available to Police Officers in their time of acute need including death, illness and injury.

LAPD Chiefs Michel Moore and Charlie Beck will attend and be honored for their decades of public service.

Our goal has always been to provide immediate and necessary funding in catastrophic circumstances and to also grant long-term educational assistance for surviving members of an Officer’s family. The Memorial Foundation has grown to be the “gold standard” of law enforcement support programs. Our motto, “we take care of our own” has proven to be a reality. Since inception, over $18 million has been granted to literally thousands of Officers without any direct taxpayer money.

By supporting the Memorial Foundation you are supporting our Department employees who do so much for you, your family and the residents and corporate community of Los Angeles.

ALAN J. ATKINS, Executive Director Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation