Since 1996, the NLPCA has donated in excess of $230,000.00 to local charities. What began as a fund-raiser to host the 1998 Canadian Police Curling Championship, has turned into an annual event. The money raised is used to aid charities in the province, send the reigning Provincial Police Curling Champions to the CPCA Championship and build toward hosting National Championships right here in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Each year, the NLPCA hosts a Benefit Hockey game featuring the Police All Stars (members of the RNC and RCMP) against a high profile team. Those teams have included the Deer Lake Red Wings, Southern Shore Breakers, Tim Horton All Stars ( featuring former NHL All Stars), Newfoundland Amateur Hockey Association All Stars (NAHA), and Media All Stars.
At the beginning of each game, up to $10,000.00 is presented to the chosen charities for that year. Past charities have included the Boys and Girls Club, Big Brothers - Big Sisters, The Candlelighters Association, Sunshine Dreams For Kids, the Children's Trust Fund, Special Olympics NL, and The Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada, and many more.
Special Olympics Newfoundland and Labrador, Tourettes Canada and the fans and supporters who attended the game.
Other charities benefit from the 50/50 draw.
In 2018, the NLPCA donated $2000 to Tourette Canada, $1000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters Eastern Newfoundland & $1000 to Stella's Circle "Just Us Program".