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The Naperville Police Foundation (NPF) is a non-profit organization 501(c)(3) created to advance public awareness of police programs, enhance community engagement, and nurture the health of the NPD.

The Naperville Police Foundation (NPF) is a non-profit organization 501(c)(3) created to advance public awareness of police programs, enhance community engagement, and nurture the health of the NPD.

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What We Do

The NPF board meets on a quarterly basis to strategize community engagement and allocation of funds donated to the foundation. We do NOT contribute to department compensation, overtime, or items that are covered under the city budget.

Mission Statement

The Naperville Police Foundation is dedicated to advancing efforts to generate community support for and in cooperation with the Naperville Police Department. The Foundation raises awareness and financial support for any ancillary needs, including but not limited to collaborative community initiatives, and wellness programs for officers and their families.

The Foundation is a non-partisian 501c3 organization working in partnership with the Naperville Police Dept.

Latest Events

National Police Week
National Police Week 2022 is May 15-21. NPD will be having its Peace Officer Memorial Observance at the public safety wall on Monday, May 16 at 10:00 AM. This is short ceremony to honor law enforcement officers who have been killed or disabled in the line of duty.

Neighborhood Snow Cone Social
The public is invited to join the Naperville Police Foundation at its inaugural event, a Neighborhood Snow Cone Social, 6-8pm on Wednesday, June 1, 2022, in the common space at the corner of East Bailey Road and Oxford Lane (approximately 351 E. Bailey Rd) in central Naperville.

Board Members

Our board is made up of non-governmental employees that have dedicated their time to evaluate the needs of the NPD and finding the most valuable training and programs available.

Joe Chura

Joe Chura is an entrepreneur, inventor, and investor philanthropist. He founded and bootstrapped two companies, Read More

Kim White

Kim is the Executive Director of the Career & Networking Center and serves on several non-profit boards. Read More

Lisa Gangi

Lisa Murtaugh (formerly Gangi) is a 14-year resident of Naperville and a lifelong supporter of first responders. Read More

Tom Miers

Tom Miers is the President of Naperville Bank & Trust, a Wintrust Community Bank, which serves the community with three offices located throughout Naperville. Read More

John Miller

John Miller, a 25 year Naperville resident has served on the boards of (Little Friends Center for Autism, Naperville Education Foundation, The Rotary Club). Read More

Kaylin Risvold

Kaylin Risvold is a Naperville native and has always been focused on giving back to the community. Read More

Diana Torres Hawken

Diana Torres Hawken is a community volunteer. She currently serves on the City of Naperville Human Rights and Fair Housing Commission and is a Steering Member of Nuestro Futuro. Read More

Nina M. Menis

Nina M. Menis grew up in Naperville and has worked for P-20 educational institutions and nonprofit organizations for over 30 years. Read More

Board Members

Our board is made up of non-governmental employees that have dedicated their time to evaluate the needs of the NPD and finding the most valuable training and programs available.

Joe Chura

Joe Chura

Joe Chura is an entrepreneur, inventor, and investor philanthropist. He founded and bootstrapped two companies, Read More

Kim White

Kim White

Kim is the Executive Director of the Career & Networking Center and serves on several non-profit boards. Read More

Lisa Gangi

Lisa Gangi

Lisa Murtaugh (formerly Gangi) is a 14-year resident of Naperville and a lifelong supporter of first responders. Read More

Tom Miers

Tom Miers

Tom Miers is the President of Naperville Bank & Trust, a Wintrust Community Bank, which serves the community with three offices located throughout Naperville. Read More

John Miller

John Miller

John Miller, a 25 year Naperville resident has served on the boards of (Little Friends Center for Autism, Naperville Education Foundation, The Rotary Club). Read More

Kaylin Risvold

Kaylin Risvold

Kaylin Risvold is a Naperville native and has always been focused on giving back to the community. Read More

Diana Torres Hawken

Diana Torres Hawken

Diana Torres Hawken is a community volunteer. She currently serves on the City of Naperville Human Rights and Fair Housing Commission and is a Steering Member of Nuestro Futuro. Read More

Nina M. Menis

Nina M. Menis

Nina M. Menis grew up in Naperville and has worked for P-20 educational institutions and nonprofit organizations for over 30 years. Read More

Naperville Police Liaisons

The input and expertise of our Naperville Police liaisons help us make impactful change across the entire department.

Chief Jason Arres

Jason is in his 20th year with the Naperville Police Department. Read More

Naperville Police Liaisons

The input and expertise of our Naperville Police liaisons help us make impactful change across the entire department.

Chief Jason Arres

Chief Jason Arres

Jason is in his 20th year with the Naperville Police Department. Read More

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