Chief Michael Ricciardelli is proud to share that five Saugus Police Officers will run the Boston Marathon this year in support of various charities.
“All together, these five officers have already raised over $50,000 for the various charities they are running for,” said Chief Ricciardelli. “The Saugus Police Department is very proud of these five officers and the efforts they are making to better the lives of others and the world around them.”
Those running the Marathon are:
Officer Allison Cooper
Officer Cooper is running for The Herren Project, which focuses on helping individuals and families who have been affected by substance use disorder find access to treatment and recovery. To donate to the cause, click here.
Lt. Anthony Lopresti
Lt. Lopresti is running for Tedy Bruschi’s charity team, Tedy’s Team, whose mission is to improve the quality of life for stroke survivors, and also to help with their recovery. Tedy’s Team also seeks to raise awareness of the warning signs of stroke and heart disease. To donate to the cause, click here.
Detective Stacey Forni
Detective Forni is running for the Venessa T. Marcotte Foundation, whose mission is to advocate for a world where women are safe to live boldly and fearlessly. To donate to the cause, click here.
Officer Brett DiPanfilo
Officer DiPanfilo is running for the TB12 Foundation, whose mission is to help educate and inspire athletes to excel in both sports and life by providing access to innovative health and wellness resources that support preparation, performance and recovery. To donate to the cause, click here.
Sgt. Stephen Rappa
Sgt. Rappa is running for the Officer Sean A. Collier Memorial Fund, whose mission is to foster connections between law enforcement and the communities they serve. To donate to the cause, click here.