Law Enforcement Support

Pro Players Association is proud to support Law Enforcement in our communities.

“Donation Presented in Memory of Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller”

Pro Players Association donated a Denver Broncos Von Miller autographed collectible to the Brotherhood of the Fallen Golf Tournament Auction. We requested the item be auctioned off in memory of Fort Myers Police Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller who passed away as a result of the injuries sustained on Saturday, July 21st when he was shot in the line of duty in Fort Myers Florida. Adam was a former volunteer firefighter in PPA’s CEO Gary R Adler’s hometown of Wayne, New Jersey prior to becoming a police officer.

Brotherhood for the Fallen was established in March 2010. Their mission is to honorably attend the services of Fallen Officers across the US & Canada who have made the ultimate sacrifice, giving his/her life during the performance of their duties, by providing safety for citizens. Brotherhood for the Fallen is a nationally recognized 501(c) (3) organization comprised of Police Officers that physically and financially demonstrate support to Officers that have been murdered in the line of duty, across the United States of America and Canada.


Thank you for supporting our 2nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament.
Take a look at what you supported! 
Crystal McCoy, VP



PPA CEO Gary Adler (right) with the family of Adams County Deputy Sheriff Heath Gumm who all attended our fundraiser in his memory held at The Lazy Dog Sports Bar in Westminster.




Celebrities Goose Gossage, Larry Evans. Mark McGrath and Ashley Giovanna bartended.



UCCS Police Officer Larry Darnall, member of our Denver Search & Rescue passed away after a courageous battle with Pancreatic Cancer which metastascized throughout his body, February 24, 2018.

A full police honors funeral was held on March 5, 2018 in Colorado Springs.



El Paso County Sheriff's Office


Gary, thank you again for your generous donation for the Kidpower and Pikes Peak Law Enforcement Memorial Fundraisers. They were big hits.

Clif Northam

Patrol Division Commander, El Paso County Sheriff's Office, 27 E. Vermijo Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80903




Flag raising ceremony in memory of Trooper Jamie Jursevics on the first anniversary of her death in the line of duty at the Colorado State Patrol Castle Rock Troop.




Ride to Remember and Honor Kevin Ratzell / The Flying Wheels Foundation

Jun 2, 2016

Good Morning Gary,

I hope this finds you doing well!

I wanted to ask for your mailing address.  I would like to send a letter of appreciation to you for the contributions you made to the R2R2 event.

Thank you,


Thank you for your interest and support!!!

Law & Carrie

Lawrence Hilton​ & Carrie Bockhold

Event Coordinators of the R2R2​

The mission of the Flying Wheels Foundation for Injured Troopers is to provide immediate financial relief for Troopers, Police Officers and Deputies that sustain serious injuries in the line of duty. We recognize that in the aftermath of a catastrophic injury the injured officer and their family should be focused on healing, both physically and emotionally, not dealing with financial hardships that will surely be present after any tragedy.



Colorado State Patrol officers from Jamie's troop attended the event.

Douglas County Sheriff officers attended and supported the event.

Thanks to Douglas County HS for providing the school cafeteria for the event.

PPA CEO and Miss Colorado present a Castle Rock Police Cadet with his prize winnings from the 50/50. He generously donated the funds back to the charity!



UCCS Officer Larry Darnall accepts the Broncos package on behalf of UCCS Officer Garrett Swasey's family arranged for by PPA. The special arrangement was for the son of Officer Swasey, killed in the line of duty at Planned Parenthood, Colorado Springs. Thanks to Sports Authority VP Brian Stein for the assistance.