Law Enforcement Talent Showcase (and Silent Auction) set

Once again, employees of the Metro Nashville Police Department will be partnering with the Nashville Children’s Alliance to present the 7th annual Law Enforcement Talent Showcase (LETS) on Tuesday, August 27. LETS was created to help support local non-profit organizations that provide services to Family and Children in Davidson County, while also promoting awareness and education about the MNPD.

The Nashville Children’s Alliance (NCA) is a nonprofit organization that provides free services for children (and families) who have been the victims of sexual and/or physical abuse.

They partner with the MNPD and other partner agencies in the fight against child abuse. Last year, with your help, they were able to give the NCA a check for $10,000.

The silent auction will be held during the show, with door prizes given to attendees. You and/or your organization can support the group in many ways. You can make a donation for the silent auction or door prizes. You can make monetary donations to the showcase. Lastly, you can encourage your staff to attend the event. The Showcase is open to the public, and is a great way to see the men and women of the Metro Nashville Police Department in a completely different atmosphere.

Consider making a contribution to this worthy cause. No donation is too small. All companies who donate are included in our program.

For questions, contact 615-862-7747 or 615-507-9202 or e-mail: <marlene. pardue@nashville.gov>.