The Mission of the California Police Youth Charities is to build relationships between the law enforcement community and California youth. We will strive to provide opportunities for youth through various resources throughout the State of California and we will provide productive activities for “at risk” youth, run by positive adult role models.
US Olympic Legend Michele Granger joins CPYC and Team California
CPYC would like to welcome Michele Granger as our Director of Softball Operations for our Team California Fastpitch Softball Program. Michele is a former United States Olympic Softball Gold Medalist and member of the Amateur Softball Association and International Softball Association Halls of Fame. She is also a 4X All American from the University of California and is a member of the Golden Bears Sports Hall of Fame. As one of the greatest pitchers in collegiate and international softball history, Michele brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to our newest youth program. Please see more at the Team California website and on Team California Facebook page.
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CPYC grants a Wish
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - 17-year-old Ludwick has his wish granted through Kids Wish Network and California Police Youth Charities more
BRANDE RODERICK wins $166,680 for CPYC on CELEBRITY APPRENTICE
CPYC PARTNERS WITH CNOA
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.
California Narcotics Officers Association (CNOA) has named California Police Youth Charities “2008 Corporation of the Year”
CPYC is proud to announce that the California Narcotics Officers Association has presented us with the 2008 “Corporation of the Year” award given to an organization that provides “invaluable assistance to the California Narcotic’s Officers Association, Narcotic Law Enforcement and the citizens of the State of California.”
CPYC is proud to be affiliated with this fine group of heroes who risk their lives every day in the pursuit of narcotic enforcement. We are honored to be recognized as the “2008 Corporation of the Year” Keep up the great work CNOA!
OXNARD PAL Names CPYC “Charity of the Year” for 2007
On March 1, 2008, the Oxnard Police Activities League (PAL) presented California Police Youth Charities at their 2007 Awards Dinner with the 2007 “Charity of the Year” award.
CPYC is honored that Terrell Harrison, Oxnard PAL Director and California PAL Board President and his fine PAL organization have recognized us as the “Charity of the Year.”
7401 Galilee Rd. Suite 350
Roseville, CA 95678
Team California Sports Training Complex
1001 Nichols Drive #4
Rocklin, CA 95765
"Over the past year we have worked closely with the California Police Youth Charities. They have helped the Oakland Police Department in its effort to bridge the gap between police and "at risk youth." The generosity of the program allowed us to take kids and their police chaperones to two Raider games. Although from Oakland, many of the youth had never been to an event at the Coliseum. CPYC is doing great work!"
David A. Kozicki
Captain of Police
Strategic Area Command
Oakland Police Department
"CPYC is an outstanding organization and the San Diego Police Department SWAT Team members would like to thank them for the work they do in reaching kids in a positive way! Keep up the good work!"
Chief Bob Kanaski
San Diego Police Department
SWAT Association President
“CPYC is a tremendous, worthwhile organization benefitting the underprivileged youth in our communities. By providing young people the opportunity to attend sporting events they would otherwise be unable to experience, CPYC helps strengthen the relationship between young people and law enforcement.”
Alameda County Sheriff's Department