SACRAMENTO – Staff members at California State Prison, Sacramento (CSP-SAC) are turning donuts to donations for some very special athletes.
On Thursday, Sept. 12, correctional staff will take to the rooftop at a Folsom Dunkin Donuts to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics of Northern California and its athletes. From 6 a.m. until 10 a.m. officers will collect donations at the Cop on a Rooftop event, located at 9601 Greenback Lane in Folsom.
For this special one-day event, anyone donating to Special Olympics will receive free coffee.
CSP-SAC also partners with Special Olympics of Northern California on other benefits, including Tip -A- Cop, Polar Plunge, and the Law Enforcement Torch run. Special Olympics Northern California serves more than 22,000 athletes providing free year-round sports training and competitions, school programs and health resources.
Activated in 1986, CSP-SAC is a high-security prison that houses approximately 2,100 inmates and employs about 1,700 people. The institution houses long-term inmates, inmates requiring specialized mental health programming, and inmates with high-risk medical concerns.
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Contact: Lt. L.A. Quinn (916) 294-3012