SPAM BENEVOLENT FUND
Assisting First Responders and their families
How can I support the SPAM Benevolent Fund?
The SPAM Benevolent Fund relies on the generosity of philanthropic individuals, corporations and foundations. There are many ways you can help support the wives, husbands, children and other loved ones of first responders killed or injured in the line of duty.
The ‘Protect & Serve’ Special License Plate is now available through the state Registry of Motor Vehicles. The plates cost $40, $28 of which goes directly to the SPAM Benevolent Fund in the first year. When you renew this specialty plate in two years, all $40 goes directly to fund.
Where does my donation go?
Donations to the SPAM Benevolent Fund, provides financial assistance to first responders and their families during times when they are unable to perform their duties due to extended illness or injury and provides resources to families that have lost a member of the public safety community.
The Benevolent Fund does not spend money from donations on overhead and administrative costs such as salaries or marketing fees.
Make a Donation
100% of your donations go directly to the cause of helping first responders and their families.
State Police of Massachusetts Association Benevolent Fund (SPAM Benevolent Fund) is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) charity and your contributions are tax deductible.