The Putnam County Law Enforcement Benefit Foundation, Inc., d/b/a Ten-24 Foundation is a non-profit organization focusing on providing a support network for all Putnam County law enforcement agencies, their employees, and families. 

 All monies raised by the Foundation are used toward the furtherance of the Foundation’s objectives mentioned in the Mission Statement. All donors will receive a charitable donation receipt for their tax records. No members of the Board of Directors or Officers of Ten-24 Foundation receive any compensation for their service.

EIN: 45-2976562

What does Ten-24 mean?

The law enforcement ten code "10-24" in Putnam County means "Officer in trouble-Send help" which is exactly what Ten-24 Foundation does-sends help to Putnam County law enforcement agencies, employees, and their families during their times of need.

 Donations to Ten-24 Foundation are always appreciated and needed!  To make a tax-deductible donation, you can click the "Donate" button.  If you prefer to mail a check, you can make it payable to "Ten-24 Foundation" and mail it to the address below.  

How can I help?
Mission Statement
Here for Our Law Enforcement Heroes