Scottsdale-Based Cardone Ventures Donates $150,000 To Scottsdale Police Foundation

Known For Its Dedication to Helping Business Owners Grow — Cardone Ventures Sponsors Local Scottsdale Police Foundations Initiatives To Support Local Officers

Cardone Ventures, the Scottsdale-based company that teaches business owners how to grow and scale their businesses with a 360-degree approach, announces a significant charitable contribution and sponsorship of The Scottsdale Police Foundation. The $150,000 donation comes from Cardone Ventures on behalf of owners Brandon and Natalie Dawson and Grant and Elena Cardone who express their solidarity with the Scottdale Polices Foundations mission to support the local Scottsdale Police Department.

“The Scottsdale Police Foundation is vital in providing Scottsdale police officers and the Scottsdale Police Department with many of the tools they need to ensure public safety.  As Valley residents and Scottsdale business owners we are proud be able to support our local department and all its officers,” said Cardone Ventures CEO and Co-Founder Brandon Dawson.

Local organizations like the Scottsdale Police Foundation fill the gap left between police departments’ budgets and needs, relying on local individuals and businesses like Cardone Ventures to support programs that would otherwise go unfunded. Donations fund not only life-saving tools for local officers but also support training, community, development, wellness and educational programs.

“We’re extremely grateful for this generous donation from Cardone Ventures,” said Scottsdale Police Foundation’s Founder Debbie Steinhauer, “This donation will allow us to purchase replacement helmets and vests for our SWAT teams, ballistic windshields for vehicles, hearing protection and more tools to protect our officers and help them perform their duties.”

Other items the donation will fund include new service rifles, tactical equipment and patrol jackets for officers. Replacing dated tools and improving the equipment for the departments officers and civilian employees is an import goal for the foundation, as it improves officer safety.

Scottsdale Police Chief Jeff Walther expressed his thanks for the donation as well. “I am truly grateful for the incredible generosity of Brandon and Natalie Dawson of Cardone Ventures. Their support for public safety in Scottsdale truly makes a difference in the overall effectiveness of our mission and our ability to help keep our community one of the safest in the nation.  They have our heartfelt thanks!”

With a vision to create one million 10X businesses, Cardone Ventures has helped business owners take a 360-degree perspective, including operations, marketing, finance, and people to take their buisness to the next level. Founded in 2019, Cardone Ventures attributes its rapid growth and expansion to its values of hard work, persistance and education. .

Based out of the The future development of a state-of-the-art 10,000-square-foot corporate training facility at Scottsdale’s Promenade is just another testament to their investment in the Scottsdale area alongside their growing employee base.

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