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About

About Us

The National Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation (LECSF) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals in the law enforcement community going through a cancer journey.

 

LECSF is a nationwide organization driven by volunteers and supported by private donations. The network of mentors is comprised of law enforcement cancer survivors who are committed to serve others by upholding bravery, faith, strength and courage during a cancer journey.

Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation

Mission

Our mission is to provide a free emotional support system, guidance and resources to all members of the law enforcement community, during a cancer experience.

Board of Directors

Josef Levy | Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation
Josef Levy  / President

Josef Levy was employed by the City of Long Beach as a Commander in the Long Beach Police Department.

Robert Griffth | Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation
Robert Griffith / Vice President

Bob Griffith has been a Reserve Officer with the La Palma Police Department in Southern California since 1992.

Steve Bowles | Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation
Steve Bowles / Treasurer

Steve Bowles is a Sergeant with the Seal Beach Police Department in Southern California.

Vision

The Vision of Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation is to help those in the law enforcement community (City, County, State, Federal and Tribal), their families and loved ones, by providing one-on-one cancer support in a non-judgmental, empathetic manner.

Our Values

  1. We believe in offering services to anyone affected by cancer, regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, sexual orientation or disability.
  2. We are acutely aware of the impact cancer can have on anyone living with cancer. National Law Enforcement Cancer Support Foundation team members ensure all those in need will be treated with respect and understanding, regardless of prognosis.
  3. We are ecumenical in that its members are not exclusively affiliated with any health, religious or labor organizations. Personal information will be kep in confidence.
  4. We strive to deliver these values in the best interests of the individual and his/her family and friends.