Sportsmen Organized for Law Enforcement has pre-selected three established law enforcement oriented non-profits in order to benefit from funds raised through the S.O.L.E. initiative.  Those charities are:

Below 100
This organization is dedicated to providing training programs to law enforcement officers with the goal of seeing a dramatic reduction in preventable line of duty deaths and injuries.  The 5 tenets of their teaching focus on: wear your belt, wear your vest, watch your speed, asking WIN – What’s Important Now? and reminding officers that complacency kills.  Learn more at:  Below 100

Spirit of Blue Foundation
This organization is dedicated to the enhancement of officer safety by granting critically needed safety equipment to agencies who cannot afford to purchase it for their officers. Since 2011, Spirit of Blue has awarded 42 grants in 22 states valued at nearly $200,000.  Learn more at:  Spirit of Blue

Concerns Of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.)
This organization serves the survivors left behind when an officer is lost in the line of duty.  C.O.P.S. is comprised of over 50 state-level chapters and 37,000 survivors that it supports nationwide.  It’s signature National Survivors’ Conference takes place each May during National Police Week in Washington, DC. Learn more at:  C.O.P.S.

All three are 501(c)(3) public charities that serve the law enforcement community nationally and are in good standing with their IRS and the respective states they are incorporated within.  100% of the funds collected through S.O.L.E. will be distributed equally to these charities.