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The Maryland Fallen Police And Correctional Officers Memorial Home
About Us » Frequently Asked Questions
What is the mission of the Maryland Fallen Police and Correctional Officers Memorial, Incorporated?
To raise funds to build a statewide memorial to honor the fallen law enforcement and correctional officers of Maryland. Once the memorial is complete, to continue perpetual care of the grounds, plants, trees, and repair/replacement and engraving of the granite. Maryland Fallen Police Officers Memorial, Incorporated is dedicated to honoring Maryland's fallen law enforcement heroes. More than 300 officers have made the ultimate sacrifice in Maryland and it is with great honor that we pay a lasting tribute to each of these officers by preserving their memories within its pages.

How long has The Maryland Fallen Police and Correctional Officers Memorial, Incorporated been in existence?
The organization was founded in March of 2000. The incorporation became effective in 2003.

Do the police agencies give?
Generally, their budget is to maintain their department. Money from bargaining units, i.e., FOP Lodges, IUPA, and the Teamsters, are the ones who generally donate.

How is money raised and is it tax deductible?
Assets grow through increased membership, donations and special events. The Maryland Fallen Police and Correctional Officers Memorial, Incorporated is a registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit group, Tax Identification Number 20-0735690. All contributions are tax deductible.

How can I help?
Join The Maryland Fallen Police and Correctional Officers Memorial, Incorporated and give back to those who laid down their lives protecting us. Send a donation to us through the mail to:

Arundel Federal Savings Bank
C/O Maryland Fallen Police and Correctional Officers Memorial, Incorporated
1049 Route 3 North
Gambrills  MD  21054
ATTN: Manager

Make Checks Payable to: MDFPACOMI
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The Fallen
They dedicated their lives to the principles of honor, duty and courage.

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