KCBI Shares Hope with Dallas Police Officers

Share-Hope-PicIn response to the police shootings in Dallas that resulted in the loss of five officers’ lives, 90.9 KCBI started the “Share Hope for Law Enforcement” card-writing campaign. Share Hope cards have been designed to show the community the importance of local law enforcement and to encourage and uplift police officers.

KCBI has challenged listeners to write notes of gratitude for the services that law enforcement provides on the Share Hope cards then pass a card along to a local officer and perform an act of kindness.

This simple outreach is designed to bless police officers as they mourn the loss of their colleagues while serving and protecting a tense nation. KCBI partnered with Family Christian Stores as the distribution sponsor for Share Hope cards in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.

If you would like to participate in this ministry effort to uplift your local law enforcement, click here to download your copy today.

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