The Passionate Mind Institute Announces “Connect with a Cop” Program
One of the first initiatives under development at the Passionate Mind Institute is our "Connect with a Cop" program which will provide citizens the opportunity to meet and have lunch with a law enforcement officer, paid for by the institute. This program is primarily intended for high schoolers and young adults interested in a career in law enforcement, but we want to make it available to any citizen who has never had the opportunity to interact with a law enforcement officer.
Here is how the program will work:
Utilizing the program can be initiated in one of three ways:
A citizen interested in meeting and having lunch with a law enforcement officer can contact the Passionate Mind Institute to coordinate the meeting
A coordinator or point of contact at a law enforcement agency can arrange a meeting
A law enforcement officer who would like to arrange a lunch with a citizen can contact the Passionate Mind Institute to make the arrangements
Once the lunch meeting is arranged, the Passionate Mind Institute will provide a gift card or lunch voucher to the pre-determined restaurant
We are looking to launch this program by the end of the year. The program will initially be piloted in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, but the goal will be to eventually expand it beyond the region.
Current needs for this program include:
Volunteers at local law enforcement agencies willing to be coordinators/points of contact for the program
Local restaurants willing to sponsor these lunches
Donations to fund the program
If you are interested in providing help for this program, please email us at: email@example.com
If you are interested in making a tax-deductible donation to this program, we encourage you to do so here:
You can also send your donation by mail to the following address:
The Passionate Mind Institute PO Box 912 Frisco, TX 75034
The Passionate Mind Institute was established in 2016 to educate the public on the social value and specific needs of gifted, creative, and artistic people in our society; to conduct research in the fields of giftedness, talent, and creativity; to promote community welfare and literacy; and to provide community outreach programs that encourage the development and exploration of individual talents.