Thank you for your interest in hosting a National Faith & Blue Weekend event. The resources below are designed to help you with almost anything you would need to organize your events. For more information or assistance, please contact the National Faith & Blue Weekend team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ToolkitPlan your event with this detailed, step-by-step activity guide.
Impact Report - 2021Learn all about the 2021 Faith & Blue, including its impact, and see powerful photos of activities.
Social Media ToolkitThis resource includes social media cards, sample cover photos and Instagram stories, tweets, and guidance. This is a great item for communications and PIO staff.
PosterPromote your event with this customizable poster.
BannerPromote your event with this banner.
T-ShirtCustomize a shirt for wearable promotion of your event.
LogosFaith & Blue logo files that can be used to promote your event.
Thank YouUse this template to send a thank you note to your partners and attendees.
Overview in EnglishA printable one page overview document.
Overview in SpanishUn documento de descripción general de una página imprimible.
Overview in FrenchUn document de présentation imprimable d'une page.
Overview in Arabicوثيقة نظرة عامة على صفحة واحدة قابلة للطباعة.
Overview in SomaliDukumeenti dulmar ah oo hal bog ah oo la daabici karo.
Impact ReportLearn all about the 2020 Weekend, including its impact, and see powerful photos of activities.
What is the purpose of National Faith & Blue Weekend?
The purpose of National Faith & Blue Weekend is to create safer, more inclusive communities by connecting law enforcement officers and the residents they protect and serve. National Faith & Blue Weekend will consist of activities that will occur in communities of every kind and will include a wide array of activities such as picnics, athletic events, forums, and community service projects. All activities will be designed to facilitate law enforcement officers and the public getting to know each other, and to build mutual understanding. We expect there will be activities in every state this year, and thousands of participants.
Who can participate in National Faith & Blue Weekend?
Anyone! The National Faith & Blue Weekend website enables visitors to download an activity planning toolkit, to register to host an activity, and to find an activity that is occurring nearby.
Are activities going to require you to participate in religious activities?
No. At their core, all Faith & Blue activities will be designed to facilitate connections between the public and law enforcement rather than endorse specific religious rituals. There will also be activities from a broad cross-section of houses of worship, ensuring that National Faith & Blue is open to the diversity of backgrounds that make up the United States.
How does my house of worship go about connecting with our law enforcement agency?
The toolkit offers a script to call your local law enforcement agency to indicate your interest in organizing an activity with them.
How does my law enforcement agency go about connecting with a house of worship?
The toolkit offers a script to connect with a local house of worship to indicate your interest in organizing an activity with them.
Is there funding available to organize an activity?
There are a limited number of scholarships for activity costs and for boosting social media posts. Email email@example.com for more information on funding.
How do we go about organizing an activity?
The toolkit offers step-by-step tips on how to organize one of seventeen different activities, and four quick activities. The toolkit is also paired with downloadable resources, such as postcards and posters.
When can I sign up for an activity?
You can sign up to host an activity by clicking “Submit an Event.”
How can I find a nearby activity?
You can search for an activity by location and type of activity by clicking “Find an Event.”
Do I have to do one of the sample activities? Can I design my own?
Of course you can design your own! We welcome creativity! We do ask that custom activities follow the three key principles: It (1) involves both a house of worship and a law enforcement agency, (2) is solutions-oriented, and, (3) is open to the general public.