Thank you for visiting the Tampa Bay Public Safety Charity website.
The mission of the Tampa Bay Public Safety Charity is to build relationships with other organizations in order to raise money for local bay area organizations.
The TBPSC and the Tampa Bay Sentinels work to raise money for their charity, the MacDonald Training Center. The MacDonald Training Center is an organization that envisions “people with disabilities leading the lives they choose.”
The MTC is an organization that is resolute in our mission to “empower people with disabilities to lead the lives they choose.”
The MTC is an organization that is dedicated to continuously improving the quality of the vocational, employment and residential services we have been providing to people with developmental disabilities in the Tampa Bay area for over 50 years.
The TBPSC donated $2000.00 this past summer to the MTC. The TBPSC for the past two years has donated a total $5000.00 to the MTC and look forward to the continuing support that both organizations offer each other.
Game 3: Battle for the I-4 Corridor
On April 6th, the Orlando Guardians come to town to take on the Sentinels at 1pm. The Sentinels defeated the Guardians in Orlando by the score of 28-0 last season bringing their record against the Guardians to 1-4. Will the Sentinels defeat their intrastate rivals or will the Guardians prevail in this gladiatorial contest? Come out to Otis Andrews Park in Plant City and watch this epic battle. Entry fee is $7 and children under 13 get in for free.
GAME 2: Cleveland Warriors vs the Sentinels results.
The Tampa Bay Sentinels lost to the Cleveland Warriors by the score of 13-14. The Warriors lead 6-0 at the half but Tampa Bay scored on their opening drive in the 3rd quarter to make it 7-6. The Sentinels would score again in the 4th quarter missing the extra point to make it 13-6. With 2 minutes left in the game, Cleveland’s QB avoided a sack and threw the ball down field to an open receiver who scored a touchdown. After scoring on a 2 point conversion, Cleveland retook the lead 14-13.
Sentinels lose to the Roanoke Rampage
On March 2, 2013, the Sentinels traveled to Roanoke and took on the Rampage. The Sentinels braved a windy and 39 degree weather and battled the Rampage to the last minute. The Rampage won the game 24-9 which evens the record against the Sentinels to 1-1. Last season the Rampage traveled to Tampa and lost 13-6. Even though the Sentinels traveled to Roanoke with 20 players, they still brought the heat and pressured the Rampage all game.