2017 Raffle Items

Do your Father’s Day shopping at the 10-07 Fund 5k and BBQ! Several sponsors made generous donations to our raffle, and many are just right and wrapped for Father’s Day!

Thank you Cafe Rio, Chick-Fil-A, Fiiz, Great Harvest Bread Company, Home Depot, Les Schwab, Lowe’s Maddox, Olive Garden, Santa Clays, Smith’s Food and Drug, Starbucks, Super Sonic Car Washes, and Tony’s Pizza!

Want to donate an item or a basket in support of law enforcement education? Contact Robyn!

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Thank You 2017 Sponsors!

Please thank and support the 10-07 Charitable Fund’s 2017 Sponsors, including:


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Walk with Us!

10-07 Charitable Fund Family Walk and BBQ

Date:  Saturday, June 10, 2017

Time:  9:00 AM to 1:30 PM

Location:  MTC Learning Park, 1750 Monroe Boulevard, Ogden, UT 84401 (MAP)


Walk or run along the scenic Ogden River Parkway to benefit the 10-07 Charitable Fund!  We will be celebrating the life and legacy of Toby Kim Candilora.  Bring blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy the BBQ and live music.

Schedule of Events:

  • 9:00 AM – Check-In
  • 10:07 AM – Start Time
  • 1:30 PM – End Time
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Thank You from Austin Fife

Third Toby Candilora Scholarship Recipient Employed by Brigham PD

Dear Toby Candilora Scholarship Donors:

Thank you so much for your generous donation to Weber State Police Academy. Without your help, I would have had a difficult time paying for some of my equipment necessary for me to move forward in my path.

Your donations helped me pay for, what I think, is an important tool in any American patriot’s possession. My glock pistol. Still to this day I take my pistol out practice shooting every few weeks. I hone my skills as a defender, protector, warrior, and guardian. I do this because, one day, if the life of an innocent or the life of my friends and family are in danger, I can stand and do something in hopes of saving them from that violence.

An old Chinese martial arts proverb goes: “It’s better to be a warrior in a garden; than a gardener in a war.” Our world is a big, scary, frightening and perpetually violent place. But in the midst of all that is a beautiful thing called Life.

We are surrounded everyday by people, creatures that are just trying to survive. My big appeal to becoming a peace officer in a community is bringing hope to those people that are just fighting to survive, being the person that can help those people get through life and experience all that life has to bring. I want to help people find happiness and success in life. If I have to whip them into shape and help them realize or see that the path that they are on is a dangerous one, I will take that risk.

Of course, not everyone wants help from their struggles. Sadly, there are people who enjoy those dangerous paths. Yet another reason why I want to become a peace officer is that I want to protect the people that are victimized by those who choose the dangerous path.

In closing, I hope your continued support of this amazing program will bring new warriors to their full potential and help guide those new generations of warriors down the right path. Thank you again, and we look forward to your continued support.


Austin Fife


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Congratulations Officer Ferguson!

Ann Ferguson, the second Toby Candilora Scholarship recipient to graduate from Weber State University’s Law Enforcement Academy, has been sworn into her dream job as an Ogden City Police Officer.  Congratulations Officer Ferguson!

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On Your Marks!

The date is set! The third annual 10-07 Charitable Fund 5K Walk / Run and BBQ will be June 10thPlease mark your calendars and plan to join us. We are busy making plans and are excited to see you at this year’s event! 

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Walking with Mikey

We lost a true friend and champion last week. Mikey Burson bravely fought ALS for 2 1/2 years with his loving children Christopher, Natalie, Sabrina and extended family by his side every step of his journey.

Some of Mikey’s steps included walking with us. We will always be grateful for that, as well as for his sense of humor and unique style. The new year will not be the same without you, Mikey!

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