Anyone ever give fop donations? Dad told me the other day that the fop uses a telemarketing company to call you and collect donations for the families of leos killed or injured in the line of duty. Problem is this company charges 60% of YOUR donation for thier service. That means only 40% (probably less now) of your donation goes to the leos families, the ones who really need it.
Anyone else think this is ridiculous?
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