P.O. Box 7544, Olympia WA 98507 /firstname.lastname@example.org / 360.597.4411
WASHINGTON STATE PATROL MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
We, the Washington State Patrol Memorial Foundation, are entrusted to preserve the memory of Washington State Patrol fallen officers and to provide assistance to active and retired Washington State Patrol employees and their families in times of need.
Become a WSPMF member . . .
Have you thought about becoming a contributing member to the WSPMF? Now is the perfect time and the dues are only $5 or more per month through payroll deduction. Through your generous donation, the Memorial Foundation can accomplish amazing things to assist fallen families, WSP employees in need, and honor those who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Payroll deduction forms are available on our Donation page.
All employees are invited to participate in the WSPMF.
Darren Wright, President
Washington State Patrol Memorial Foundation
WSPMF Scholarship Program - 2020 - application deadline extended to May 1, 2020
The Washington State Patrol Memorial Foundation (WSPMF) Scholarship Program is offering five renewable $1,000 scholarships per year (maximum of four years) to be used for tuition, fees, or books. Due to COVID-19, the application deadline has been extended to May 1, 2020.
Who May Apply:
Any contributing member of the WSPMF who is on active, retired or disability status with the Washington State Patrol, their spouse or their dependent child.
Any surviving dependent of a WSP employee who was active, disabled or retired at the time of their death and who was a contributing member of the WSPMF. A surviving dependent is defined as the living spouse who was married to the decedent at the time of his/her death, and the decedent was active, disabled or retired, at the time of his/her death; surviving children is defined as a natural child(ren), step child(ren) or adopted child(ren) of decedent as defined above.
Awardees must be pursuing a university/college degree or vocational certification as an enrolled student. A dependent child must be at least a senior in high school to apply. Please see application packet for full details.
Applications will be screened by a non-departmental scholarship committee. They will be evaluated by the following criteria:
70% Financial Need/Essay
30% Answers to the Questionnaire
Deadline: Completed applications must be received by the Memorial Foundation by May 1, 2020, by 5:00 p.m., to be considered. Faxed documents will not be accepted.
Questions? Please contact Megan King at email@example.com.