Germantown community coming together to help a police officer’s four-month-old daughter

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. — The community in Germantown is coming together to help a police officer’s four-month-old daughter.

Officer Brian Quinn’s daughter, Caroline, suffers from a heart defect.

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She was released from the hospital one week ago.

“He is one of the most positive officers that you would meet. I mean, throughout this whole entire process,’ said fundraiser organizer Joanna Young.

Young decided to help Officer Quinn’s family because he puts his life on the line every day for the Germantown Police Department.

Officer Quinn’s daughter is only 4-months-old but she has already gone through several surgeries.

“They put their trust in God, they are leaning on their friends and their community to walk through this with them,” Young said.

Joanna decided to help out by gathering people together by selling BBQ pork butts, bracelets and tumblers.

“Everybody just once they hear stories like this they want to help but they don’t know what to do,” Young said. “It’s given us an opportunity to be able to serve in this way because they give their life to serving our community.”

The order deadline for Boston Butts is Nov. 30 and you can place orders HERE.

The order deadline for Tumblers and Wristbands is Nov. 26 and you can place orders HERE:

Monetary donations can be made at Paragon Bank under “Caroline Quinn Fundraiser” or through PayPal (Bquinnfundraiser@gmail.com).

Please make sure to write “donation” in the memo.