After having worked (briefly) for the Police protective Fund I was disgusted by the fact that these people and this organization are complete frauds. I entered into it with the noble intention of working for a charity helping police officers, my brother is a county sheriff and I thought it'd be at least somewhat respectable to call on behalf of a charity, but my illusions of helping anyone other that the PPF line their pockets evaporated in short order.
I learned that they call several states claiming to be located in the state itself, they ussually get around this by maintaining a PO box in whichever state in question, which they'll tell you to claim as a physical address while sitting in their W. Florida call centers.
After just a few days working with these people it became apparent that a majority of the " fundraisers " were multiple felons and/or hardcore drug users and after talking to most of them I honestly began to think that I was the only person working in the place who'd never been arrested or served time in jail. I was encouraged by my sleaze of a manager to lead people to believe I was a police officer, to brow beat them until they either hung up or donated, and of all things admonished for being polite/nice to the people I did speak to.
They foster an absolutely toxic work environment. They'd never miss a chance to remind everyone of just how replaceable they were or how arbitrarily they'd fire them and how easily they'd fill their $8 an hour position. ( If they wern't busy leaving insulting messages, threatening your job, or disrespecting former/absent employees via computer messages.)
Beware and avoid this company. Either as an employee or a donor. The Police Protective Fund is no manner of charity at all. Many of it's various state charities are owned ( never heard of a charity with an owner) by a pair of men, one of whom sells phone # lists and the another who's print shop churns out their bogus mailers. ( Which they demanded a minimum donation of $15 just to mail out. )
I'm nothing but sorry I ever heard of these frauds and far worse off for ever having worked for them.