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Get Behind the Badge: Helping Those Who Help Others


28.00

The Butterfly Crew

42.00

The Hero Hoody

28.00

The Fellowman Crew


  • $96 raised
  • 12 garments sold
  • Get Behind The Badge, established in 2001, was organized after the tragic line of duty death of Whitehall Officer Terry McDowell.

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Get Behind the Badge: Helping Those Who Help Others

by Andy Ward

About the Garments

Womens Butterfly Crew
A soft, durable high end jersey with a slim, fitted style. We suggest sizing up or ordering the Fellowman Crew if you like a slouchy tee.

Womens Butterfly Tri and Tri V
A tri-blend material that is pre-shrunk, extremely soft, comfortable, and stretchy with a slim, fitted style. We suggest sizing up or ordering one of the Fellowman styles if you like a slouchy tee.

Womens Butterfly Burnout Tank
A soft, comfortable, stretchy, high end jersey with a slim, fitted style.  This garment runs small, we suggest sizing up for a more true-to-size fit.

Mens Fellowman Tri and Tri V
A tri-blend material that is preshrunk , extremely soft, comfortable, and stretchy with a slim, fitted style. This style is thinner and less forgiving, but much softer than the regular Fellowman Crew.

Mens Fellowman Crew
A soft, durable high end jersey with a true-to-size fit. This style also looks great on women!

Unisex Hero Hoody
A tri-blend material that is pre-shrunk, extremely soft, comfortable, and stretchy. This style follows men’s sizing and is roomy so women, size down if you want a more true-to-size fit.

You can also read about the garment fabrics and styles in the Heart U section of our website!

Get Behind The Badge, established in 2001, was organized after the tragic line of duty death of Whitehall Officer Terry McDowell.  During a violent attack, Officer Terry McDowell lost his life and his partner Eric Brill was shot and subsequently lost an eye. After this incident, the line of duty deaths of Columbus Police LT. Christopher Claypool, the loss occurring during 9/11 and critical injuries of several other Central Ohio officers, we realized that we needed a charity to raise funds for the families of these fallen and injured heroes.  Angela McDowell, the surviving widow of Officer McDowell, sought to build something so that no other widow or family would have to endure the financial hardships she encountered during Terry’s death.

During the tragic incident of Officer McDowell, the crucial response from Whitehall Fire Department was one of the factors in Officer Brill’s survival. Their heroic efforts to remove Officer Brill from a hostile environment were instrumental in saving his life. With the teamwork of both safety services it was recognized that Get Behind The Badge needed to include Fire personnel within their realm of responsibility.

The difference with our organization compared to others is that our Executive and Trustee Boards are not compensated for what we do. We do what we do straight from our hearts and the responsibilities we have to care for our own.  Help us as we help those who help others.

http://www.getbehindthebadge.org/

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