June 3, 2018 - The 15th Annual North Rockland Community 5K Run/Walk @ Bowline Point Park, Haverstraw, NY.

The three North Rockland Families each received $10,000 for a total of $30,000 from this annual Event.  We thank all those that volunteered!  RCPHS made a substancial financial donation to this event.

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Pictured above: Richard Fernandez and Richard Vasquez


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October 11, 2018 - Rockland County Times "Unsung Hero": Richard Fernandez, Retired NYPD Sergeant and Community Volunteer -

​The Rockland County Police Hispanic Society sends out our Congratulations to Richard Fernandez!

A history of volunteerism has demonstrated Richard Fernandez’s commitment to his community and willingness to work for the betterment of others. Despite being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis 20 years ago, Fernandez has never stopped volunteering for his community and has inspired most who come in contact with him as a result. He is this week’s Unsung Hero.  Please see our News Page   for more >>  

March 31, 2018 -  Rivertown Magazine and Local Business Name Marta Rodriguez as Hero of the Month 

RCPHS member Marta Rodriguez was presented with a plaque as Rivertown Magazine's March 2018 "Hero of the Month" at Posa Posa Restaurant in Nanuet.  Gary Parahus (owner of Gary's Gutter Services): "We salute her for all she has done for the community and the world.  Marta is involved with many non-profit and charitable organizations... 

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November 23, 2017 -  RCPHS Members & Others Volunteer at the 5-Mile Turkey Trot for the Marisa Fund -

A large contingent of volunteers (78 +) showed up on a cold Thanksgiving Day morning to help make the 27th Annual Rockland Road Runners Turkey Trot a successful event! 

Members, friends, family and employees of the following organizations & companies were represented:

RCPHS, Citrin and Cooperman, New City Chiropractic Center, American Legion Post 46, Town of Haverstraw, Little Helping Hands of Clarkstown North H.S. & the Miklos Family.

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Welcome To Our Website ...The Rockland County Police Hispanic Society, Inc. (RCPHS) is a community based non-profit Organization founded in 1996.  Our objective is to foster relationships with local charities and non-profit organizations that provide services not only to Hispanic people, but to all people of Rockland County.  We are loyal, patriotic Americans and we honor our Hispanic heritage.  Learn More >>

August 2, 2018 - Haverstraw Detective Terry Collazo recalls 31 years in blue -

We are very proud of our past president and current member Terry Collazo who recently retired after 31 years of service at the Town/Village of Haverstraw PD.

Click Here to read the Rockland Journal News article honoring him and also see our News Page  >>  

January 2, 2018 -  RCPHS Members Attend Sworn-in Ceremony of Ed Day as Rockland County Executive 

Rockland County Executive Ed Day (RCPHS Advisory Board Member) was sworn in today for his second term amid a cheering crowd of hundreds (including many enthusiastic RCPHS members) at the Rockland Fire Training Center. 

"Today, on the first day of 2018, we celebrate how far Rockland County has come in just four short years and, as importantly, how much more we will achieve going forward," he said after taking the oath of office, administered by Clarkstown Justice Craig E. Johns.

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March 22, 2018 -  Catholic Charities Community Services of Rockland 10th Annual Community Service Awards Dinner

​RCPHS members along with our Advisory Board member Ed Day (Rockland County Executive) attended this local event to support the fine work done by the Catholic Charities Community Services of Rockland organization.  Great event and cause!

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January 4, 2018 -  Announcement by David Goldwasser (Director of the Marisa Fund) Detailing 2017 Turkey Trot Proceeds 

David Goldwasser, Turkey Trot Race Director/ Marisa Fund, thanks all volunteers again for their unselfish work and time this past Thanksgiving morning. The Turkey Trot yielded $119,500 in proceeds!

This total does not include the final donations that will come from the Modell’s coupon and the total number of pounds of non-perishable food donated on race day for the People to People food bank (probably well over a 1,000 pounds).

​The bulk of this amazing total went to the Marisa Fund and several generous contributions were also made to local charities/non-profits including a record setting $6,000 donation to the RCPHS Scholarship Fund!  All of this would not be possible without the amazing Turkey Trot volunteers!

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2018 Executive Board: Richard Vasquez, President <> Jose Nunez, Vice President <> Eric Vazquez, Treasurer <> Liz Walter, Secretary <> Victor Sequinot, Sergeant-At-Arms 

October 3, 2018 - Rockland County Legislature Recognizes Three Outstanding Residents as Part of  Hispanic Heritage Month -

​The Rockland County Police Hispanic Society sends out a huge Congratulations to Richard Fernandez!

The Rockland County Legislature recognized three individuals for Hispanic Heritage Month.  Congratulations goes out to our very own member of this Society, Rich Fernandez - a well deserved honor!  Also see our News Page  >>  

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December 21, 2017 -  Rockland County Times Unsung Hero This Week is Elsa Seguinot 

Elsa Seguinot, volunteer president of the non-profit Rockland County Police Hispanic Society works with its board, staff and community leaders to further the group’s mission. She is committed to the organization and understands the scope of energy and time required to effectively do the job.  Elsa is a  retired NYPD Police Sergeant and the first female president of the non-profit.

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