Welcome to California Police Youth Charities
The California Police Youth Charities is a non-profit organization dedicated to making positive changes in the lives of kids throughout California. We do this by offering a variety of community programs including team sports, scholarships, and outreach initiatives.
To learn more about what we do and who we are visit our About and Programs pages or call (916) 409-2293. And don’t forget to donate to help kids in need!
California Police Youth Charities has partnered with the California Narcotics Officers Association (CNOA) to offer scholarships to college bound young men and women within the State of California. Through this partnership, CNOA has agreed to facilitate a scholarship program, which consists of children of law enforcement officers applying for scholarship awards at the end of their senior year of high school.
CNOA is a very powerful organization serving over 7,000 members from the law enforcement community. CNOA is instrumental in providing training and leadership to the cops on the front lines of drug enforcement. We thank CNOA for their support and look forward to many years of helping California’s kids.
Shipping Policy: No products are shipped
Refund Policy: No refunds on donations
Whistleblower Policy: If any employee reasonably believes that some policy, practice, or activity of California Police Youth Charities is in violation of law, a written complaint may be filed by that employee with the Chief Executive Officer. For the full policy, download the official document.
Conflict of Interest: This policy is designed to foster public confidence in the integrity of California Police Youth Charities and to protect the organization’s interest when it is contemplating entering a transaction that might benefit the private interest of a director, a corporate officer, the top management or top financial official, or a key employee. For the full policy, download the official document.
CEO Compensation Policy: The Executive Director of California Police Youth Charities is the principal representative of CPYC, and the person responsible for the efficient operation of the Nonprofit. Therefore, it is the desire of the Nonprofit to provide a fair yet reasonable and not excessive compensation for the Executive Director (and any other highly compensated employees and consultants). For the full policy, download the official document.
IRS charitable 501c (3) Tax ID number: 30-0121107