Listing of Police Associations & Charities of Athletic, Ethnic, Fraternal and Professional Origins.

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Established 2002

AddressPO Box 558144 Chicago, IL 60655
Website: http://www.SAPFA.org

The Scandinavian American Police and Fire Association of Illinois, is a 501(C)(3) Not-for-Profit Fraternal Organization. Our Organization’s main goal as a First Responder Fraternal Organization is to promote goodwill and fellowship to our members and their families through cultural and social Scandinavian themes and functions. Other goals of our organization include, but are not limited to, fundraising to support families of fallen first responders who have given the supreme sacrifice in the line of duty. Since our organization’s inception, we have represented our organization as an exclusively Fraternal Police Society. As of January 1, 2013 all First Responders are eligible to join our ranks! The Hundred Club of Chicago will be one of the main benefactors of our organization’s future fundraising events! The Hundred Club of Chicago is well known for it’s commitment to providing support for surviving spouses and dependents of law enforcement officers, firefighters, and paramedics who lose their lives in the line of duty. This includes all federal, state, county and local officers, firefighters and paramedics stationed in Cook County.

Charter Members: President Craig Ford, Vice President Steve Olsen, Treasurer David Appel, Secretary Michael Bergeson, Sgt. at Arms Craig Roberts.

The organization was known as The Son’s of Norway established 2006, then became The Norwegian American Police Association 2007. The Scandinavian American Police Association of Illinois was established in 2008 so that all police officers with Scandinavian Heritage were able to join our organization. The Scandinavian American Police and Fire Association of Illinois enables all first responders, and their family members with Scandinavian Heritage, the opportunity to join our organization.


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Established 1959

AddressPO BOX 59258 Chicago, IL 60659
Website: http://www.ShomrimIllinois.org

Founded in 1959, the Shomrim Society of Illinois is a fraternal organization of Jewish Law Enforcement Officers from Chicago and surrounding areas. The Shomrim Society of Illinois promotes religious spirit as well as fraternal relations, friendship, understanding and cooperation among members.


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Established 1932

Address205 W Monroe Street 7th Floor Chicago, IL 60606
<br /> <span class="fa fa-phone"> </span>: Primary Number – (312) 544-8230

The Saint Jude Police League was established in 1932 as an active sponsor of charities and to support Chicago officers. During the 1950’s, the League initiated one of the Chicago Police Department’s finest traditions: the annual march held on the first Sunday of May to honor the memory of every honorable police officer who ever served, and particularly those who died in the performance of duty.

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