Sponsor the ODMR
Join us in honoring fallen heroes
The ODMR is an all-day event centered around a 60-mile motorcycle ride and featuring live music, food, and raffles. The event is held to raise awareness of law enforcement line of duty deaths.
The ODMR benefits the Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP), a national, non-profit organization based in Fairfax, VA that honors the memories and sacrifices of the more than 25,000 law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty in our nation’s history. In addition to its primary mission of honoring the fallen, ODMP also partners with organizations that provide free bulletproof vests to officers, runs a No Parole program to help ensure that cop killers remain behind bars, and works with initiatives that aim to improve officer safety and awareness and reduce line of duty deaths across the country.
Since its inception, the Officer Down Memorial Ride has grown each year. In the last few years, ODMR has attracted over 800 riders and participants and raised over $280,000 to support the Officer Down Memorial Page and other law enforcement causes.
Your participation in this event in the form of corporate sponsorship or in-kind donations for prizes and supplies would be greatly appreciated. Donors are recognized on the event website and in all ODMR communications, and on ODMR’s and ODMP’s social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), which have a combined audience of over half a million people. Sponsors also have the opportunity to set up a tent in our vendor area. Please see the attached sponsor and donor fact sheet for more detailed information.
We hope that we can count on your support to benefit this cause and keep alive the memories of those officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty.
The Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring America’s fallen law enforcement heroes. As the largest law enforcement memorial in the United States, ODMP preserves the memories of over 25,000 fallen officers in its online memorial and reflection pages. ODMP also honors fallen K9 officers, provides free resources to law enforcement agencies, and works to keep cop killers behind bars through its No Parole program. The ODMP database tracks LODD statistics in the US back to 1791, enabling the law enforcement community to analyze trends and patterns in an effort to improve officer safety.