The NY Police Athletic League Honors Trump for his Generosity and as a Member of the Board of Directors

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Mr. Henry Kravis’ office has asked us to respond to your request as to why PAL is honoring Mr. Donald Trump on May 12th, so that President Bush can send a telegram to Mr. Trump.

These are the reasons:

-PAL is the largest youth agency in New York serving 60,000 city children & Donald Trump was born and raised in New York.

-Donald is a member of PAL’s Board of Directors and has been overly generous to our effort.

-Donald is a role model for our boys and girls.

-Donald has achieved excellence in his field.

It would be wonderful if the President can join us in honoring our special friend. A telegram would definitely enhance the evening. An invitation letter is enclosed for your reference. Should you require any further information, please don’t hesitate to call. Thank you so much for your help.

Trump Donates $100,000 to the Police Athletic League, and Pledged $400,000 Over the Next Four Years

Trump gives NYC Police Athletic League $100,000, pledges $400,000 more over the next four years

Monday, after years of battling, Trump got the approval of New York’s planning commission for a huge development on the Hudson River that includes 14 apartment buildings and a 211/2-acre park. His three casinos are the top three moneymakers in Atlantic City.

In response, Trump has given that city’s Police Athletic League $100,000, pledging $400,000 more over the next four years.

To note his good fortune, he’s tossing himself a party Nov. 7 at the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort. Invitations show a pic of himself in boxing gloves raised triumphantly over his head a la Rocky. The headline declares: “Against the Odds.” All he needs now is a girlfriend. 

Trump has been recognized by President Bush for his amazing work.

Trump donated tens of thousands to NY Police Department when they didn’t have the money to send out a massive mailing campaign to catch a rapist

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Trump collaborated with Wilmington Trust to support local law enforcement and raised $45,000

Wilmington Trust and Donald Trump sponsored this year's annual golf tournament, raising more than $45,000 toward the education fund for scholarships for children of members of Lodge No. 19.
Wilmington Trust and Donald Trump sponsored this year’s annual golf tournament, raising more than $45,000

Wilmington Trust and Donald Trump sponsored this year’s annual golf tournament, raising more than $45,000 toward the education fund for scholarships for children of members of Lodge No. 19.

The event was held at Trump International Golf Course. Lodge No. 19 represents the Palm Beach Police Department and Florida Department of Law Enforcement, among other agencies. From left, are John Scarpa, golf tournament chairman; Kemp Stickney, president, Wilmington Trust Florida; and Michael Reiter, Palm Beach Police Department chief.