The Roseville Public Safety Foundation supports the Roseville Police and Fire Departments in protecting life, property, and the environment by providing essential equipment, training, and public outreach programs to supplement city resources.
What We Do
We currently support the following programs:
- Community Service
- Police K9 Support
- Emergency Disaster Prep
- Police Explorers
- Police Honor Guard
- Police Reserves
- Fire Department Needs
- Social Services
- Fire Museum
- Hazmat Training
- Roseville Fire Union 1592 Charities
- … and several more
Roseville Public Safety Foundation (RPSF) programs focus on three areas: community outreach, mental health/addiction services, and crime prevention. The funding supports educational outreach, community engagement and collaborate with various programs that work closely with our at-risk populations. There is an increased focus on at-risk populations from teens through adults that are struggling with mental health and/or addiction issues. The funding will have a significant impact on the access to mental health services and addiction resources — services that are currently limited throughout Placer County.
Foundation funds are used to purchase outreach supplies, curriculum, and equipment. Funds will be used for printing materials, advertising, and hosting training classes.
Below you will see just a couple of our ongoing causes. Please help us if you can…
Police K9 Support
The Roseville Public Safety Foundation raises funds for the purchase, training, safety, and veterinary care of Roseville Police K9 dogs.
Offroad Rescue Vehicles
Help us fund Roseville Fire & Police Rescue Team vehicles for offroad EMS, fire suppression, at-risk searches, and homeless outreach.