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Welcome to our compassionate online community dedicated to supporting the brave first responders and fallen officers of our nation. Here at our platform, we understand the profound impact of the sacrifices made by these selfless individuals in the line of duty. We believe in the power of prayer and collective support, fostering a space where individuals from all walks of life can come together to request spiritual assistance for those who risk their lives to keep our communities safe.

Our mission is to provide a seamless and accessible channel for individuals to submit their heartfelt prayer requests, offering solace and strength to those who face the daily challenges of protecting and serving our society. Through the unity of shared prayers and unwavering support, we aim to create a network of empathy and understanding, fostering a community that uplifts and honors the invaluable contributions of our first responders and fallen officers. Join us in spreading the warmth of compassion and hope, as we stand united in gratitude for the unwavering dedication of those who safeguard our well-being.

Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher is the host of “The Mike Gallagher” show, a national talk-radio show syndicated by the Salem Radio Network, airing in more than 150 markets with nearly 4 million weekly listeners. He also is a regular contributor to the Fox News Channel and has been featured in numerous publications, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Time, and Forbes, and is considered the sixth most listened-to, talk-radio host in America according to a recent ranking in Talkers magazine.

Joey Hudson

Joey Hudson is Executive Director of  Gallagher’s Heroes: Fallen Officer Fund. He is the owner of a Greenville, S.C., insurance agency. He has served on the Board of Directors of Crime Stoppers of Greenville and the Southeastern Crime Stoppers Association. In 1994, he co-founded Project Care with Christ Church Episcopal, a non-profit providing local housing for homeless people with terminal illness. Hudson also received the South Carolina Department of Education “Excellence in Education” award for his role in establishing a 7th grade mentoring program for at-risk students.