Help the Officer Fund
This fund supports Seattle Police Officers and officers from other agencies who are in critical need of assistance. Whether they or a family member are facing a life threatening illness, suffering from an injury or their family needs support after their loved one has died, this fund is available to those officers and their families who need it most. All funds raised go directly to supporting an officer in need.
Fallen Officer Fund
This fund allows SPOG to provide emergency financial assistance to SPD families who must handle unexpected expenses in the event of an active officer’s death.
Kenneth A. Saucier Memorial Scholarship Fund
This fund annually awards $1000 to dependents of sworn Seattle Police Officers. This scholarship was founded in the memory of Seattle Police Officers' Guild President Ken Saucier. Scholarships are awarded in June. Call the Guild Office for more information.
Memorial & 10-99 Foundation (not a SPOG charity)
The Washington State Law Enforcement Memorial was established to address the special needs of law enforcement widows, children, and parents by providing both emotional and spiritual sustenance. A Memorial is being constructed on the State Capitol Campus in Olympia to honor not only the departed but also the living men and women of law enforcement, an average of two of whom will die each year in the line of duty. It also serves as a place of solitude and reflection for those that work on the Capitol Campus or for those that are just visiting. To date, 275 Washington State law enforcement officers have been killed in the line of duty. Its accompanying Foundation will provide personal and family counseling and nurturing together with financial support that may be modest in scope but an absolute blessing at a time of need. Law enforcement officers severely disabled in the line of duty will also be eligible for assistance from the Foundation. The annual WSLEM Ball and Auction is an event not to be missed. Go to http://www.wslemf.org to learn details about next year’s event.
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