Assist the Officer is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides immediate, short term financial assistance to Houston Police Officers and their families during times of critical need. We also provide support to Retired HPD K-9's and Disaster Relief for HPD Officers.

About Assist the Officer, Houston

Assist The Officer is a non-profit organization providing short-term, immediate need financial assistance for officers critically injured or disabled in the line of duty. Assist The Officer symbolizes the appreciation for every officer’s dedicated service and commitment to the safety of citizens.


Officer Rudy Benefit

Officer Adam Rudy has exemplified what a police officer should be, with his great attitude and hard work ethic. Unfortunately, Rudy was diagnosed with a rare form of Cancer in his left arm back in May of 2021. Through his resilience, Officer Rudy was able to battle the cancer and it went into remission. But the cancer returned very aggressively and the only viable option for treatment was to remove his entire left arm.  Rudy requires a prosthetic arm that will be costly and facing medical expenses from his treatment.  Please consider donating to Officer Rudy during his time of critical need.

Badges & Bogeys Golf Tournament

Join us on October 17, 2024 for our annual golf tournament at the newly renovated Pasadena Municipal Golf Course! Teams are limited, so register your team today at the link below.

Officer Henry Benefit

In October 2023, Officer Henry was diagnosed with a rare soft tissue sarcoma cancer. He is currently undergoing an extensive and expensive treatment plan causing him to be unable to work.  Officer Henry is also newlywed to his wife, McKenzie. Your support and donation would help ease the financial burden on him and his family during this difficult time.

Sgt. Robert Oppermann

Sgt. Robert Oppermann has been undergoing cancer treatment and surgeries for the past few years. He’s currently recovering from a major surgery, and he will not be able to work for a prolonged period of time. Please consider supporting Bob and his family during this difficult time.

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1600 State Street
Houston, Texas 77002
P: 713-223-4286
F: 713-200-2470
E: [email protected]