Friday, October 26, 2012

Happy 95th Birthday, Congressman Biaggi!

Today, the founder of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, U.S. Rep. Mario Biaggi (ret.), celebrates his 95th birthday.

In 1960, then Lieutenant Biaggi received the New York City Police Medal of Honor for Valor, the Department's highest award (pictured above).

Here are just a few more highlights from former Congressman Biaggi's impressive career.

  • Served for 23 years as New York City police officer, retiring in 1965 as a Detective Lieutenant.
  • Wounded 10 times in the line of duty, and when he retired in 1965, he was the most decorated officer in New York City history.
  • Went on to serve 20 years in the U.S. House of Representatives.
  • Authored the law to establish the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, among many other legislative accomplishments.
  • Founded the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund in 1984.

Join us in wishing Mr. Biaggi the best on his 95th birthday.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Second Annual Ride & Run to Remember

Thank you to all riders, runners, volunteers, virtual participants, and supporters!

Thanks for making the 2012 event a great success!

This just in...

More Ride & Run stats

Check out the current fundraising amounts and participant numbers.


  • $114,106 donations to participants
  • $137,210 total donations
  • $40,000 from sponsorships
  • $177,210 total raised

Total Registrants

  • 347 riders
  • 309 runners
  • 656 total
  • 110 volunteers
  • 53 virtual participants