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Montana Police Protective Association Foundation, Inc.

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The Montana Police Protective Association Foundation, Inc. was established in March of 2005 under the direction of the Board of Directors of the Montana Police Protective Association.

The Foundation is a 501(3c) as designated by the Internal Revenue Service which essentially means that donations to the Foundation are tax deductible to the donor.

The Foundation was established for a variety of reasons. The MPPA Board wanted to direct the numerous contributions the MPPA makes through the Foundation. The MPPA donates on an annual basis to the Montana Law Enforcement Museum, Special Olympics through the Torch Run, the Montana Law Enforcement Academy Foundation, and Operation Life Saver. The MPPA conducts an annual Essay Contest open to all 8th grade students in the state, and each year presents approximately 25 post secondary education scholarships totaling approximately $17,000.00. All of the listed programs and donations will now be conducted through the Foundation.

In addition to the above listed items the Foundation will establish a full four year scholarship for a student who will major in Criminal Justice. The Foundation was also established to help the families of law enforcement officers who have experienced a costly health related illness. And lastly the Foundation will develop a two fold educational program. One part will consist of a community educational component, and the other will be training for law enforcement officers.



The Foundation is a non-profit registered with the state of Montana. Tax deductible donations are welcome, and may be mailed to; MPPA Foundation, Inc., P.O. Box 7, Butte, MT 59703. You can also make donations to the Foundation through PayPal using the button on this page. For more information contact the President of the Foundation, Jerry Williams at 406-490-1947 or jdwilli@bresnan.net