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    Melvin Santiago became a police officer for the Jersey City Police Department in December of 2013. After serving just over six (6) months, his life was tragically taken in the line of duty. The perpetrator of this heinous act made headlines, but it will be the name and memory of Officer Melvin Santiago that will be remembered in Jersey City. We started this campaign to raise funds to create a memorial in his loving memory.Donate Now
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    Troy was a 23 year-old man with a promising career in Criminal Justice, but tragically fell victim to a deadly crime himself. Today, the family needs financial help in purchasing a headstone for the resting place of her first-born child, and only son, Troy K. Smith Jr. All funds raised by this campaign pay for Troy's Headstone Marker!Donate Now
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    The Smith Family lost everything to arson, and the following month, Atiff’s life was nearly taken after being shot 10-14 times and robbed. Now a quadriplegic, they need his mother’s house to be renovated/modified or must find living arrangements that can accommodate a wheelchair, in addition to a vehicle for transportation.Donate Now
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    Dominique Romero had recently graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in Richmond, California. On December 14, 2013, as the Romero Family...
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Atiff Smith: #SmithFamily

The Smith Family lost everything to arson, and the following month, Atiff’s life was nearly taken after being shot 10-14 times and robbed. Now a quadriplegic, they need his mother’s house to be renovated/modified or must find living arrangements that can accommodate a wheelchair, in addition to a vehicle for transportation.
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