Crooked Cup to donate profits to family of fallen officer |

Crooked Cup to donate profits to family of fallen officer

Emily Wenger

The owner of The Crooked Cup announced he will be donating all profits on Wednesday from all five northern Colorado locations, including the one in Windsor, to the family of Deputy Heath Gumm, the officer recently killed in Adams County, according to a news release from Crooked Cup.

"Helping to donate is such a tiny act in comparison to what these brave men and women do on a daily basis to keep our communities safe. They should all be commended for their bravery and strength, and we will do everything we can to do our small part for the Gumm family during this horrible time," said Gabriel Armstrong, owner of the Crooked Cup. "Myself and the entire team at The Crooked Cup proudly support all police and first responders."

Additional donations for the Gumm family will be accepted.

Each of the five following locations will donate its profits:

» 1399 Water Valley Pkwy Windsor

» 147 W. Oak St., Ft. Collins

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