Greg was a hero to many people. We still hear stories from victims’ families about how Greg handled their cases with utmost dignity, knowing he always cared. This foundation has helped us with our healing process.
At first, we didn’t know if Greg would want us to start up a foundation in his name. As the first year unfolded, we couldn’t be more sure about it. Through all the positive feedback and support that we have received, we knew it is right. Greg spent his life helping others, many times quietly. It is our goal as a foundation and family to continue Greg’s work by helping fellow police officers and first responders. Being first on the scene, whether for a gruesome murder, suicide, or a car accident, first responders can become victims of underlying issues of mental health. They need emotional and self-care support throughout their careers. Mental health is equally as important as physical health.
Our goal as a foundation and a family is to bring mental health to the forefront through awareness, education, and confidential counseling.
To reduce the impact of cumulative stress and trauma on first responders by providing awareness, education, and confidential counseling.
What We've Achieved
Supporting Truckie, a local Comfort Dog for first responders
A Very Merry Law Enforcement Christmas
Guns & Hoses, 2018 & 2019
4th Annual Golf Outing and Dinner
3rd Annual State Line Coaches Clincher, Rockford Police Department Tournament
Rockford Ice Hogs Greg Lindmark Foundation Night & Jersey Auction
Department Training for Officers
2017 Proclamation Law
First Responder Appreciation Dinner
Monetary donations towards
Officer Jaime Cox
Officer Stephen Wright
Blue Line Ball
John (Oscar) Presley, Harlem-Roscoe Fire Protection District
Ride to Remember, the victims of 9/11
Crime Stopper Rewards
Rockford Police K9 Unit
Patrick Imre Family
Vest for police K9