Concord P.A.L. (Police Activities League)
The Concord Police Activities League was formed to help bring youth under the supervision and constructive influence of responsible adult role models, including police officers, through a variety of sports, educational and recreational activities, to serve as an effective and powerful antidote to juvenile delinquency. Active participation should impact desirable educational, social and personal values; development of a positive self-image; learning of successful interpersonal skills and other life skills that mitigate against the occurrence of juvenile delinquency.
At this time Concord PAL is comprised of a Board of Directors who is committed to maintaining a connection to community youth either in their professional capacities or through the School Resource Officers assigned to area high schools. The Board meets monthly to make decisions on sponsorships of monetary awards to area athletes that are in need of assistance with sports program fees or individual equipment needs. The Board is equally interested in sponsoring trips outside of athletics for youth as volunteers are identified.
Concord PAL does not run competitive sports league (such as baseball, basketball, football, soccer, etc.) due to the numerous leagues already in the Concord area. Please check the telephone dictionary for those services. You may also want to contact the City of Concord Parks & Recreation Department at (925) 603-5826 for information regarding their programs.
The Community Youth Center (CYC) is located at 2241 Galaxy Court, Concord, CA 94520. Telephone: (925) 671-7070. CYC offers academic tutoring, boxing, wrestling, taekwondo, cheerleading, dance, gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, sport specific conditioning, judo and outdoor activities (fishing, hunting, camping, and farming). Youth ages 3 years to 18 years can become members of the CYC. Dues are only $20 per month with family discounts and scholarships available as needed. The mission of the CYC is to maintain an environment, comprised of facilities, staff and volunteers that guarantee young individuals a chance to develop and grow in athletics, academics and life. Deliver this service with a high level of encouragement, support, structure and discipline, in a safe, rewarding and positive manner.
|Director:||Lieutenant Garrett Voerge|
|Address:||Concord Police Dept.
1350 Galindo Street
Concord, CA. 94520
|E-mail:||GARRETTV@cpd.ci.concord.ca.us or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Community Youth Center|
|Address:||2241 Galaxy Court
Concord, CA. 94520
Concord PAL appreciates all contributions received to help us provide services to youth in our community. Some contributors choose to donate money, gifts of items, in-kind services and/or volunteer time. If you would like to help be a sponsor, please contact our Director, Lieutenant Garrett Voerge at (925) 603-5829, e-mail: email@example.com or at the Concord Police Department, 1350 Galindo Street, Concord, CA. 94520. Thank you!
City of Concord and Concord Police Department
The City of Concord and the Concord Police Department have a long history of supporting youth in the community. The Police Department sponsors School Resource Officers, Special Victims Unit, Police Explorers and greatly supports Concord PAL. The City also sponsors several youth programs through the Parks & Recreation Department. Many employees donate to the Concord PAL program through payroll contributions.
Concord Police Association
The Concord Police Association is a nonprofit organization of current and retired police officers of the Concord Police Department. CPA regularly donates to local worthwhile charities.
Concord Disposal Company
Concord Disposal Company is part of Garaventa Enterprises. Garaventa Enterprises is a very generous donor to Concord PAL and other worthwhile organizations in the Concord area.