Western Pennsylvania Police Benevolent Foundation

It is the purpose of the Western Pennsylvania Police Benevolent Foundation to provide assistance to injured police officers in need. This assistance may be in the form of information about available resources or monetary aid to help ease the financial burden in a time of crisis.

Free Seminar: Line of Duty Death Benefits for First Responders
Thursday, October 5, 2017
9:00 AM - Noon
The Rock Student Center • 2203 West Pike Street, Houston, PA 15342

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The Canonsburg Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #22 and the Western Pennsylvania Police Benevolent Foundation are sponsoring a seminar on Line of Duty Death Benefits for First Responders.

All police, fire, EMS and administrators for local or country governments are welcome to attend. The seminar will cover both Act 101 and Act 51 which provide benefits to the families for Line of Duty Deaths.

Featured speakers are Ken Love and Al Browning of the Commonwealth’s Bureau of Risk and Insurance Management.

The seminar is free to attend, however we ask that you RSVP by email if you will be attending to:
FOP Lodge #22 at pafoplodge22@gmail.com or
Chief James M. Horvath at jhorvath@chartierstwp.com.

We hope you’ll join us on Thursday for this informational event.

Please join the WPPBF in supporting these coming events. For more details, visit our Upcoming Events page.
 

 

Washington County First Responders Memorial Fund
Comedy for a Cause
Saturday, October 14, 2017
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Pepsi Cola Roadhouse • 565 Route 18, Burgettstown, PA

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On April 30, 2017, the Western Pennsylvania Police Benevolent Foundation presented Mike Phillips, President of the Washington County Fraternal Order of Police and Sergeant Dave Richards of the North Strabane Police Department with a check for $1,000. The donation, presented by WPPBF President, Rich Griffith, and Treasurer, Tim Kreger, will be used for the creation of a Washington County First Responders Memorial to honor those from Washington County who gave their life in service to others.

Those wanting to donate to this project and help make it a reality can reach out to any WPPBF board member for information on whom to contact.