LEO Support Foundation
LEO Support Foundation was founded in 2017 by two full-time police officers with the goal of providing protective and life-saving equipment for police officers. Since our formation, we have equipped almost 1,500 police officers, in 5 U.S. states, and a police K-9 unit in France, with equipment that can save their lives, the lives of their co-workers, and/or the lives of members of their communities.
We have also donated money to organizations that support police officers, directly to injured police officers, and to the families of police officers killed in the line of duty.
Start Me Another Car (S.M.A.C.)
S.M.A.C. is a division of LEO Support Foundation that was founded in 2021 with the goal of preventing officer suicides by providing resources for officers with post traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse disorder, and signs of depression. S.M.A.C. provides activities for officers to de-stress, reconnect with friends and family, and have a healthy escape from the job, even for just a little bit.
LEO Support Foundation/S.M.A.C.
Our combined mission is to save the lives of police officers by protecting their health, both physically and mentally, and to support injured police officers, organizations that support police officers, and the families of injured and/or fallen police officers.
Meet our Executive Board & Committee Members!
Thomas M. Kelley
Founder/Director of S.M.A.C.
Police Officer (Ret.)U.S. Army/O.I.F. Veteran