2019 Business Sponsors and Donors

December 31, 2019

We'd like to give thanks to our 2019 business donors!

Without donors like them, we wouldn't be able to help as many people as we do! If you'd like to donate yourself, you can visit the "Supporters" tab at the top, or contact us at info@GeorgiaLEO.org

  • The Beast Sports Center on Grove Street in Gainesville accepted donations and matched them dollar for dollar over a two week period. The cash was donated directly to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Southern Grace, an event business, florist and boutique on Main Street in Flowery Branch, donated 20% of all sales for a week to the family of a fallen officer.
  • The Browns Bridge Road Exxon gas station in Gainesville donated 2 cents of every gallon of fuel sold at the business to the family of a fallen officer for a month.
  • Bosquito pest control and lawn care business, donated half of the proceeds from all new clients over two weeks to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Joyce Merck Florist on Broad Street in Gainesville sold black and blue bows for $10, and half of the proceeds were donated to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Barrett’s Baked Goods in Buford donated 10 percent of its proceeds for a business day, to the family of a fallen officer and they accepted donations to be given to the family.
  • Twisted Salon in Gainesville ordered 400 personalized silicone wristbands that were given to donors, with all proceeds going directly to the family of a fallen officer.
  • The Inked Pig donated 10% of proceeds from sales at the restaurant July 10, to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Gypsy Threads Boutique donated 10% of proceeds from sales made for one week to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Level Up Haircuts in Gainesville donated 50% of all proceeds from shirt and visor sales to the family of a fallen officer. The shop is also offered $11 haircuts to all law enforcement officials that plan to attend the funeral or vigil for the officer.
  • The Georgia Law Enforcement Organization sold t-shirts, held benefit fundraisers, helped Law Enforcement agencies coordinate several officer funerals, provided resources to officers, and helped injured/sick officers provide Christmas for their families.
  • Horse Country, a Western apparel store in Buford, donated 10% of their sales on July 13, to the family of a fallen officer.
  • MCSImprint donated 10% of all imprinting sales to the family of a fallen officer for 2 months.
  • Frazier’s Harley-Davidson in Buford made a large donation to the family of a fallen officer and accepted donations at its dealership.
  • Image Boutique on Washington Street in Gainesville is donating 10% of its sales for the rest of the week to the Dixons.
  • Pro Auto Imports offered the family of a fallen officer free auto-mechanic service for one year.
  • Brandi Costlow Roberts has organized a GoFundMe for the family of a fallen officer.
  • Señor Fiesta locations in Gainesville and Dawsonville donated a portion of their July 10, sales to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Lanier Tent Rental donated a portion of their proceeds for 1 week to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Oakwood Occasions donated a portion of their proceeds for 1 week to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Encore Elite Events donated a portion of their proceeds for 1 week to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Kacy Stewart, a Suwanee-based real estate agent who is a former Hall County Sheriff’s Office deputy, donated $500 to the family of a fallen officer after each closing for the rest of 2019.
  • Gainesville-based Bruce Miller Productions donated $500 to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Barrett & Nichols Drywall and Paint in Gainesville donated $500 each month for 6 months to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Patrol Upfitters in Baldwin, donated 10% of all individual sales made for 1 week to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Upsy Daisy in Gainesville donated 10% of it's sales for 1 week to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Against The Clock in Gainesville donated 15% of it's sales for 1 week, to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Johnny’s Barbecue in Gainesville accepted donations for the family of a fallen officer, and matched a portion for three weeks.
  • Musician Roger Moore played at Loco's Grill & Pub in Gainesville and donated his fee and tips to the family of a fallen officer. The restaurant is also made a donation to the family.
  • Carniceria Tapatia Taqueria on Browns Bridge Road donated the proceeds from taco sales July 10, to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Head Tree Service donated a portion of it's monthly profits to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Vine and Cheese on Thompson Bridge Road in Gainesville organized a California cabernet wine tasting on July 13. All proceeds went to the family of a fallen officer.
  • The Hairston Co. offered all Hall County Sheriff's Office employees a full day of coaching and empowerment training for free.
  • The Gainesville Chapter of Experimental Aircraft Association 611 donated $1,000 from the proceeds of it's Cracker Fly-in to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Autumnwood Co. in Gainesville made “blue line” soap in honor of a fallen officer and donated 50% of all purchases of the soap to the family.
  • Everlasting Films donated 10% of all sales for 6 months to the family of a fallen officer.
  • Lowe’s in Gainesville offered any help it can to the family of a fallen officer, including repair upgrade or replacement services.
  • The Hall County Republican Party donated $500 to the family of a fallen officer, and hosted a “Celebrate America Event” on July 13, at Longwood Park, to raise more funds for the family.
  • Tigers Baseball collected donations for the family of a fallen officer.
  • HomeTown Grill in Flowery Branch collected donations for the family of a fallen officer for 2 weeks.

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