Guns'N Hoses 5K

Greater KC Public Safety Credit Union is a full service financial institution serving only First Responders and their families in Missouri and Kansas since 1934. We have a full complement of loans and savings products to serve any need. We offer a network of 30,000 free ATMs including over 100 in the Greater Kansas City Area. There are 4 branches in Missouri with a new Kansas branch opening in June 2017. Our membership gives so much of themselves to the community every single day. We are proud to return that support by giving our time and efforts to the charities and activities that are important to them. We are actively involved in sponsoring several first responder programs such as Surviving Spouse and Family Endowment Fund (S.A.F.E.). We also support the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb, KCPD Care Team, Special Olympics and many more. As we further our involvement in first responder community activities, we are announcing our inaugural Guns N’ Hoses 5K. The 5K will take place on May 20, 2017, at the Kansas City Regional Police Academy, benefiting S.A.F.E. which is an organization that provides financial and other support to families of law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency services personnel killed in the line of duty.

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