In August 2018, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provided $53,000 in assistance including:

  • $29,000 in education assistance for sons and daughters of Chicago Police Officers who were killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty

  • $1,000 in financial assistance to Widows of CPD Officers killed in line of duty

  • $12,600 in financial assistance to Police Officers in need

  • $6,200 in Gold Star Families Memorial and Park Maintenance

In addition, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provided assistance to the Gold Star Families, the Chicago Police Survivors & Suicide Prevention Assistance.


Total assistance given in 2018: $600,000

In June 2018, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provided $107,700 in assistance including:

  • $44,200 in education assistance for sons and daughters of Chicago Police Officers who were killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty

  • $5,000 in non-line of duty death assistance

  • $900 in financial assistance to Widows of CPD Officers killed in line of duty

  • $11,500 in financial assistance to Police Officers in need

  • $3,000 in financial assistance to Police Officers on disability

  • $42,500 in Gold Star Families Memorial and Park Maintenance

In addition, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provided assistance to the Gold Star Families, the Chicago Police Survivors & Suicide Prevention Assistance.

Total assistance given in 2018: $475,000

 

 

In May 2018, we gave $41,000 in assistance to Chicago Police families in need, including:

  • $20,500 in education assistance for sons and daughters of Chicago Police Officers who were killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty

  • $2,200 in financial assistance to Widows of CPD Officers killed in line of duty

  • $4,600 in financial assistance to Police Officers in need

  • $1,000 in financial assistance to Police Officers on disability

  • $1,100 in Police Memorial assistance

In addition, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provided assistance to the Gold Star Families, the Chicago Police Survivors & for Gold Star Families Memorial and Park Maintenance.

Total assistance given in 2018: $368,000

 

 

 

In April 2018, we gave $32,100 in assistance to Chicago Police families in need, including:

  • $3,700 in education assistance for sons and daughters of Chicago Police Officers who were killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty

  • $2,200 in financial assistance to Widows of CPD Officers killed in line of duty

  • $20,000 in financial Assistance to Police Officers in need

  • $1,000 in financial assistance to Police Officers on disability

  • $1,000 in Police Memorial assistance

  • $1,600 in Suicide Prevention assistance

  • $15,000 in Non-Line of Duty Death assistance

In addition, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provided assistance to the Gold Star Families, the Chicago Police Survivors & for Gold Star Families Memorial and Park Maintenance.

Total Assistance Given in 2018: $326,000

 

In March 2018, we gave $90,500 in assistance to Chicago Police families in need, including:

  • $21,200 in education assistance for sons and daughters of Chicago Police Officers who were killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty

  • $2,200 in financial assistance to Widows of CPD Officers killed in line of duty

  • $20,000 in Financial Assistance to Police Officers in need

  • $3,000 in financial assistance to Police Officers on disability

  • $4,300 in Police Memorial assistance

  • $13,300 in Suicide Prevention Assistance

  • $25,000 in Non-Line of Duty Death assistance

  • In addition, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provided assistance to the Gold Star Families, the Chicago Police Survivors & for Gold Star Families Memorial and Park Maintenance.

 

In February 2018, we gave $69,000 in assistance to Chicago Police families in need.

  • $923 in education assistance for sons and daughters of Chicago Police Officers who were killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty

  • $2,000 in financial assistance to Widows of CPD Officers killed in line of duty

  • $2,000 in financial assistance to Police Officers on disability

  • $900 for En Banc Parole Hearing Bus Charter

  • $2,800 in Police Memorial assistance

  • $60,000 in Line of Duty Death assistance

  • In addition, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provided assistance to the Gold Star Families, the Chicago Police Survivors & for Gold Star Families Memorial and Park Maintenance.

 

In January 2018, we gave $134,400 in assistance to Chicago Police families in need.

  • $16,000 in education assistance for sons and daughters of Chicago Police Officers who were killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty

  • $15,000 in assistance given to Chicago Police families in need

  • $2,900 in financial assistance to Widows of CPD Officers killed in line of duty

  • $60,000 in Line of duty death assistance

  • $10,000 in Non-line of duty death assistance

  • $28,200 in Get Behind the Vest assistance

  • In addition, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provided assistance to the Gold Star Families, the Chicago Police Survivors & for Gold Star Families Memorial and Park Maintenance.

 

In December 2017, we gave $79,900 in assistance to Chicago Police families in need.

  • $923 in education assistance for sons and daughters of Chicago Police Officers who were killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty

  • $25,850 in assistance given to Chicago Police families in need

  • $1,340 in financial assistance to Widows of CPD Officers killed in line of duty

  • $3,040 in suicide prevention assistance

  • $46,000 in Operation Santa assistance

  • In addition, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provided assistance to the Gold Star Families, the Chicago Police Survivors & for Gold Star Families Memorial and Park Maintenance

 

In November 2017, we gave $43,800 in assistance to Chicago Police Officers and their families. 

  • $923 in education assistance for sons and daughters of Chicago Police Officers who were killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty

  • $21,734 in assistance given to Chicago Police Officers & Families in need

  • $2,631 in financial assistance to Widows of CPD Officers killed in line of duty

  • $23,370 for Gold Star Families Memorial and Park Maintenance

  • $1,675 for bus charter for the parole hearing of Willie Lewis

  • In addition, the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation provided assistance to the Gold Star Families & the Chicago Police Survivors.