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    You have always relied on them.

    Now they are relying on you!

    The Connecticut State Fraternal Order of Police is a registered 501(c) (8) Fraternal Beneficiary Society.  In its current form, Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(8) describes fraternal beneficiary societies, orders, or associations operating under the lodge system (or for the exclusive benefit of the members of a fraternity itself operating under the lodge system), and providing for the payment of life, sick, accident, or other benefits to the members of such society, order, or association, or their dependents. 

    Donations made to the CT FOP are not tax deductible.

    The Connecticut State Fraternal Order of Police is committed to the support of the families of law enforcement officers killed and injured in the line of duty, and officers and families of officers who through illness or injury find themselves in distress and need of assistance. Funds are also used to provide training to officers, expenses related to fallen officer memorial events or for other purposes as voted upon by lodge membership.

    We are a non-profit organization that does conduct fundraising events from time to time. The Connecticut State FOP has contracted with professional fundraising services for both business and residential solicitation.  These companies have met our strict standards for solicitation. 

    If you have concerns, problems, complaints, or questions in regards to receiving a phone solicitation contact our fundraiser directly through the information listed below, or leave a message at the State Lodge’s main phone number 860-225-2675.

    At this time, the Connecticut State FOP has contracted with National Benefit Company, a local professional fundraising organization for our business solicitation.

    http://nationalbenefitco.com/index.html

    As a non-profit organization, we depend on fundraising to finance our activities.  If you'd like to donate directly to the lodge please mail contributions to:                                                                                               

    Connecticut State Lodge FOP
    800 Village Walk; Suite 145
    Guilford, CT. 06437

    On behalf of the Connecticut Law Enforcement Community, their families and loved ones we truly appreciate your generosity and support.  Without the valued support of the citizens of Connecticut the FOP would not be able to provide assistance to them or any of our many worthy causes such as:

    • Survivors and Families of Fallen Connecticut Police Officers
    • Connecticut Police Cadet Academy
    • Connecticut Law Enforcement Memorial
    • National Law Enforcement Officer’s Memorial




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