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Colorado kids, church raise thousands to provide safety gear for local police

Caleb Landrum and Andrew Deeds, two elementary school students, recognized the danger law enforcement officers face every day. So they partnered with a Christian nonprofit to do something to protect the officers.
The kids partnered with the nonprofit Shield 616 to raise more than $14,000 to pay for helmets and protective vests for officers from two departments in Colorado, KCNC-TV reported.
“Cops should be saved, because they’re the ones that protect you,” Andrew said. “If there aren’t any cops, then you’re not safe, and then you can’t play at school.”
What’s the story?
Shield 616 is a nonprofit organization that has two primary goals:
First we want to equip every first responder with necessary, advanced active shooter/crowd control gear. Second, we want to provide a support group for that first responder who will pray for the first responder and his or her family on a daily basis and shower the first responder with support and

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