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SG&S Marketing Director Tammy Diepenbrock Named to the Board of the Minneapolis Mounted Police Foundation

June 2018

Schwebel Goetz & Sieben Marketing Director Tammy Diepenbrock was recently named to the Board of the Minneapolis Mounted Police Foundation.  

"I was asked to become a volunteer, which quickly turned into becoming a Board Member, said Diepenbrock. Having horses most of my life, this was a perfect organization to get behind. The Foundation was established to help provide financial support for the MPD’s Mounted Patrol Unit. We raise money, through various events, for supplies, equipment, training and veterinarian services. The Minneapolis Mounted Patrol Unit is highly visible and well received as there is nothing like a horse to help bridge the police department with the communities they serve."

The Minneapolis Mounted Police Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that was founded to provide ongoing financial support for the Mounted Patrol Unit for the Minneapolis Police Department. The Foundation allows businesses and private citizens the opportunity to make tax deductible contributions to maintain a mounted patrol that provides safety and security for the citizens, visitors and workers in the City of Minneapolis. The Foundation supports the Mounted Police by providing supplemental funding for supplies, equipment, and training. They conduct fundraising and public relations events to promote the mission and values of the Mounted Police. They provide financial support to continue to provide Minneapolis with positive community oriented policing and education.

To learn more about the foundation, please visit their website: http://www.minneapolismountedpolicefoundation.org/

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