Scholarship programs for qualified children of the Palm Beach Police Department employees increase the likelihood of them attending college and assists in supporting the best caliber of qualified police employees.
This scholarship program is available to the dependent children of the employees of The Palm Beach Police Department. Scholarships are available for undergraduate education.
In addition to the basic Palm Beach Police Foundation Scholarship, The Charles R. Evans Scholarship is based on academic achievement with $2,000 awarded to students with a 3.0 or higher grade point average. The Charles R. Evans Scholarship is made possible by a generous donation from the Charles R. Evans Foundation.
The William I. Koch Scholarship provides partial funding for post-baccalaureate education combined with superior academic achievement. The William I. Koch Scholarship is made possible by a generous donation from William I. Koch.
Employees of the Palm Beach Police Department may be eligible for a scholarship from Oxbridge Academy. Students must apply with the school directly but should notify The Palm Beach Police Foundation at the time of application (before December 1 each year). Please send an email to email@example.com and include the name of the student(s). All decisions are made by Oxbridge Academy.
For more information about Oxbridge Academy visit www.oapb.org.
To make a donation to The Palm Beach Police Foundation, Inc., click here.
"Growing up a police officer's son, I became profoundly aware of the sacrifices police officers make on a regular basis. My dad was always there for me and always there for the citizens of the Town of Palm Beach. I am eternally grateful that The Palm Beach Police Foundation was always there for us. The Palm Beach Police Foundation and its donor contributions allowed me to graduate college without a considerable financial burden and that is something I will never fail to appreciate".
“I am truly grateful for the Palm Beach Police Foundation Educational Scholarship. Because of the generosity, I am able to pursue my career now with little concern over the financial obstacles that could have been there. Knowing that others supported my education motivated me to strive for success”.
“Gratitude: knowing that the generosity of others enabled me to go away for college, get an education, and start the next chapter in my life.”