Survivors Memorial Fund
The California Narcotic Officers' Association (CNOA) is dedicated to providing high quality training to the law enforcement professionals who are our first line of defense against the proliferation of illegal drugs in our state. Founded in 1964, CNOA is the largest non-profit training association in California with nearly 7,000 members at local, state and federal agencies.
The Survivors' Memorial Fund was established in 1990 to provide immediate financial assistance to the families of all California law enforcement officers who paid the ultimate price by giving their lives in the line of duty. Since its inception, the Fund has assisted more than 150 families in their time of need.
The Survivors' Memorial Fund Golf Tournament is the primary financial source for the memorial fund. Without the success of this annual event the Survivors' Memorial Fund would not be able to continue providing the level of financial support to the families of our fallen officers. Without corporate sponsorships and donations, the fund would cease to exist, and these families will be forced to suffer the economic hardships during the most crucial days following the loss of their law enforcement loved one.
The Survivors' Memorial Fund Golf Committee is dedicated to presenting a memorable and exciting day of golf while raising the necessary funds to help the families of fallen officers. The CNOA-SMF is a charitable organization, tax
exempt under 501c(3) of the internal Revenue code. Tax ID# 95-4462989
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