Prescott Police Foundation Presents
Bowling for Eden

Saturday, February 26, 2022
Noon to 3 p.m.
Plaza Bowl, 127 Plaza Drive, Prescott, AZ

Eden is an 8-month old Golden Doodle that was donated to Prescott Police Department by the Department of Public Safety (DPS). Her assignment will be Victim Services Unit where she will provide comfort and support to victims of violent crime in our community. She will be known as an “Emotional Support/Facility Dog.” She will also be present with children and adults during law enforcement and forensic interviews, in court hearings and if needed, Eden can lay at the feet of a victim if they are called to testify, providing much needed relief and comfort. In addition, Eden will have a second and equally powerful purpose. She will provide the same comfort to members of the PPD staff.

Eden was named before she was given to PPD after a fallen DPS Trooper, name Tyler Edenhofer. Eden will become a member of the PPD sometime in first quarter of 2022 as she is now in training in Peoria.

Although Eden was given to the PPD, they are now faced with unforeseen expenses that were not anticipated nor budgeted for. QuadCities Business News along with its sister publication, The Flagstaff Business News is teaming up with PPD & The Prescott Police Foundation to raise money to pay for all of her equipment and other items that are needed for her.

For tickets or more information: Call Ann at (928) 420-4407

If you would like to donate to the event download the form here:
Bowling for Eden Raffle and Silent Auction donation form

Business Sponsorships still Available.

The Prescott Police Foundation (“Foundation”) was organized in August of 2013, as a not for profit foundation pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes, in support of the Prescott Community and the Prescott Police Department.