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#GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday is a global giving movement. Anyone, anywhere, can participate! The San Mateo County Sheriff's Activities League is excited to invite you to participate on November 27th!

During this season of giving, please consider the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Activities League (SAL) as your nonprofit of choice. A donation to SAL creates opportunities for youth to build relationships with law enforcement in order to reduce juvenile delinquency and help build stronger and safer communities.

Donations can be made on our website, or by visiting our #GivingTuesday fundraising page on our Facebook @SMCSAL.

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Sheriff's Youth Council

The San Mateo County Sheriff's Activities League is excited to announce the addition of the Sheriff's Youth Council. The San Mateo County Sheriff's Youth Council works to explore community issues by gathering information, discussing solutions, and making a positive difference in the community. Youth will receive regular leadership trainings as part of the program. They will develop, facilitate, and host a Youth Summit that will bring youth together from all over San Mateo County. During the Youth Summit, youth will participate in breakout sessions as well as a facilitated conversation with law enforcement personnel about issues that youth face today.

To apply, please see attached PDF. All applications are due no later than July 13th, 2018!

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Youth & Law Enforcement Academy

The San Mateo County Sheriff's Office and Sheriff's Activities League will be hosting a Youth & Law Enforcement Academy this summer in Redwood City and Half Moon Bay for youth ages 13-18. This 8 week program will expose middle school and high school students to different careers in law enforcement. The program includes field trips, hands on activities, and guest speakers from different departments within the Sheriff's Office including, but not limited to: Bomb Squad, CSI, SWAT, K9, and Patrol. Upon completion of the program, a selected few participants can apply for a PAID internship with the San Mateo County Sheriff's Activities League/ Sheriff's Office.

For more information, or to register, please see attached PDF which includes information for both the Redwood City and Half Moon Bay programs. Registration waivers are included in the downloadable PDF, which can be completed and sent to Mayte Quiroz at maquiroz@smcgov.org.

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Interested in sponsoring SAL's Food Wine and Heroes?

Interested in becoming a sponsor for SAL's annual Food Wine and Heroes event? There are so many ways you and/or your organization can contribute. All funds raised during this event go directly to the programs that serve the youth of San Mateo County. Join us in changing the lives of those that need us most.

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Food Wine and Heroes 2018

Save the Date! SAL's annual Food Wine and Heroes event will take place on September 14th at the San Mateo County History Museum Square in Redwood City. Join us for a night of great food, wine, and fellowship.

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Tattoo Removal Program is currently seeking volunteers

The Tattoo Removal Program is currently seeking volunteer medical professionals to assist with tattoo removal procedures. The Tattoo Removal Program has served over 2,200 participants from all walks of life. Participants include reformed gang members, domestic abuse survivors, and human trafficking survivors.

For more information about the program, please see the brochure. Please feel free to pass along this information to any contacts that may be interested in volunteering their time to help change a life.

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Sheriff's Activities League Food Wine and Heroes Event

The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Activities League (SAL) is organizing a dinner fundraising, the Food Wine & Heroes Dinner Event. All proceeds will benefit SAL’s juvenile delinquency prevention programs.

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Youth of The Year

While growing up Odalys felt alone and unwanted. Her mother was involved with drugs and drank at night and her father had moved to Mexico because of gang involvement. Odalys remembers the many nights she had to take care of her younger sister because her mother had left to do drugs and party.

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