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NCPBA secures donation from Belcan Staffing for the Police Benevolent Foundation


(L-R) Hope Ashworth, Randy Byrd, and Jennifer BassOn February 12, 2013, the NC PBA secured a Police Benevolent Foundation donation from Belcan Staffing. Belcan Staffing Solutions is a division of Belcan Corporation, a private, woman-owned global service provider with over 11,000 employees in over 65 offices and design centers worldwide. Belcan provides temporary and technical staffing and full-service engineering services.   One of their contracts is with Caterpillar in Clayton, NC.   Jennifer Bass is the on-site manager at that location and reached out to Division President Randy Byrd about making a donation to the PBF through Belcan’s Holiday Give Back program.  Jennifer is married to a Selma Police Officer who is a PBA member and thought the PBF would be a wonderful place to contribute.   “I appreciate so much what law enforcement does because of my husband’s work and what the PBF does to support families of these officers,” she said.  “We are so glad that Belcan Staffing could help with this wonderful cause”, she added.   Division President Randy Byrd offered these comments upon receiving the donation.  “It is always an honor to meet with donors who really understand the difficulties that law enforcement officers and their families face. Jennifer understands this first hand which makes it all the more meaningful.”  Byrd added, “We are looking forward to this continued partnership with Belcan Staffing in the future.”

 

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