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IPSF leverages financial and in-kind resources to support a variety of programs, making a significant impact on our city’s first responders and the public safety of our community—we support those who serve. 


Every day, over 3,200 brave women and men put their lives on the line to keep Indianapolis safe. From police officers and firefighters to EMTs and paramedics, these first responders are our city's heroes. But they can't do it alone.


The Indy Public Safety Foundation bridges the gap by providing critical resources beyond annual budgets. We connect community members and businesses with opportunities to invest in training, equipment, and programs that empower our first responders to:

  • Respond more effectively to emergencies

  • Stay safe on the job

  • Build stronger relationships with the community they serve


As a nonpartisan, community-based organization, IPSF has made a tangible difference by investing over $2 million in equipment, training, and support and fostering positive engagement between first responders and residents through programming in just five years.

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Indianapolis Fire Department

IFD is more than just firefighters—they're internationally accredited and ISO 1 certified; IFD stands among the elite fire departments nationwide, recognized for their commitment to excellence and innovation. With over 1,300 highly trained firefighters and 65 dedicated civilian staff led by Chief Ernest V. Malone, IFD operates under the guiding principle of Our Family Serving Your Family. This dedication to excellence means they're equipped to handle any emergency, with the highest level of expertise and professionalism.

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Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department

As one of the largest police forces, with over 1,500 dedicated officers and 200 civilian professionals, IMPD prioritizes both protecting life and property and respecting individual rights, human dignity, and community values. Under the leadership of Chief Christopher Bailey, IMPD is firmly rooted in community engagement and collaboration. By working alongside citizens to prevent crime and address neighborhood concerns, the department remains responsive to community needs.

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Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services

As one of the most innovative EMS agencies in the country in both practice and research, with over 330 providers and 25 civilian employees, Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services (IEMS) responds to over 100,000 911 calls each year. Under the leadership of Chief Dr. Charles Miramonti, Indianapolis EMS is a partnership between the City of Indianapolis, Indiana University School of Medicine, and Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County, with Eskenazi Health as the supervising health system.


Every donation, no matter the size, contributes to creating a safer, more prosperous Indianapolis for all. Your support allows us to continue addressing the root causes of violence and conflict, paving the way for a brighter future for our community.

Learn how your company can partner with us to enhance public safety and build a stronger community!

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