Prince William students have fundraised $4,000 for the Prince William County Police Department.
According to a release, the 2016 senior class of PACE East School in Manassas decided to “Support the Blue” for their annual senior class community service project.
Working together, the students, Associate Superintendent for Prince William High Schools Michael Mulgrew, and Prince William County Police Chief Stephen Hudson came up with a t-shirt design for the project, stated a release. The students then went on to sell the shirts, with $10 of every shirt sold going to the police department, stated a release.
So far the class has been able to raise $4,000 from selling the “Support the Blue” shirts, which was presented to School Resource Officer Mike Lomonaco, according to a release.
All of the money collected with go to the department’s James Edward Fisher Memorial Trust Fund, which defrays educational expenses for the children of deceased or disabled police officers who worked for the Prince William County Police Department, stated a release.
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