Dear Potential Donor,

We are gearing up for Valley Crime Stoppers Annual June Jam Fundraiser to be held on Saturday, June 1, 2024, at Bluff Pointe Golf Course located in Fresno, California.

Last year we received recognition from The Business Journal’s Reader’s Choice Awards as one of the Best Local Annual Events to Attend and our team is looking forward to a hole-in-one this year!

Valley Crime Stoppers is a sponsor based non-profit organization supporting Central Valley law enforcement agencies. Our mission is to deter, reduce, and help solve crimes by relying on anonymous tips from people in the community. Our organization pays cash rewards to tipsters for information leading to the arrest of our valley’s most wanted criminals. Cash rewards are paid thanks to partnerships with our corporate and individual sponsors. Their support and dedication to our community helps make the Central Valley a safer place to live.

The June Jam has always been a sold-out success and we hope to make this fundraiser even bigger and better. This packet is being sent in hopes that you can help with our fundraising efforts to aide in the fight against crime. With the involvement from our community, we are seeking event sponsorships as well as donations for our live and silent auctions. If you are interested in becoming an event sponsor, please contact our Program Director, Erica Magarian at (559) 515-0211 or to learn more.

Auction donations can be in the form of gift baskets, gift certificates, merchandise, and more. You also have the option of making a monetary donation. Your donations are tax-deductible (Tax ID: 77-0329094). Your support will be helping the community that you call home. Please consider making a donation to help with the Valley Crime Stoppers mission.

Please contact our Auction Coordinator, Heather Reese at (559) 960-9508 or and she will be happy to schedule a pick-up of your donation and/or answer any auction questions you may have. We thank you in advance for your consideration and support.


Valley Crime Stoppers