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Donate $30.00 or more to Hatcher Cole FOP Foundation and receive a Hatcher Cole FOP Challenge Coin. There is a limited supply so don't miss out.
The Fraternal Order of Police has partnered with a Community College so FOP Members and their families can earn either an Associates or Bachelor’s degrees in Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity, Psychology or Business from a regional accredited college with No or Low Out-of-Pocket expenses.
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FOP Legal Defense Plan
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Supporters for 2023 - 2024
Food Lion and Publix have teamed up with the Hatcher Cole FOP Foundation to help with the foundation's holiday meal assistance effort.
This Thanksgiving Hatcher Cole FOP lodge 38 was able to provide several needy families with holiday meals due to a generous donation from Publix. Hatcher Cole FOP lodge 38 continues to help local families in need this time of the year. Hatcher Cole FOP would like to thank Publix for its continued support of our lodge’s commitment to serve and help others.
Hatcher Cole FOP Helps to Support
ADVENT COMMUNITY CHURCH GOLF TOURNAMENT
TO BENEFIT WORLD MISSIONS
QUEENFIELD GOLF CLUB
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2023
The Hatcher Cole FOP and Hatcher Cole FOP Association was happy to sponsor a hole of golf by donating to the Advent Community Church golf tournament in support of their mission efforts all over the world through Advent Christian General Conference World Missions.
Officer Doug Jenks Fundraiser
Officer Doug Jenks, recently discovered he has stage IV pancreatic cancer. Doug is currently a Caroline County Sheriff’s Deputy assigned to the Court Services unit. Doug is a Navy veteran and retired Ashland Police Sergeant. Doug continued his law enforcement career after retirement as a reserve officer with the Ashland Police Department then hired with the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office as a Court Service Deputy. Within the last month, Doug has been diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer and currently receiving an aggressive chemotherapy regimen. Due to these aggressive treatments, Doug is unable to continue his current work schedule.
100% of all donations to the Hatcher Cole FOP Foundation between August 1st & 31st will be presented to Doug and his family to help with his mounting medical expenses. Hatcher Cole FOP Foundation matched the final donated total up to $500.00 and paid any online donation fees.
We are pleased that between donations received, the Hatcher Cole FOP Associate Membership donation and the HCFOP Foundation matching donation we were able to present Officer Doug Jenks a check for $1000.00. Thank you to all who donated.
Officer Jenks (in uniform) and wife Karen receiving FOP check from
FOP President Towne
Fund for Sadie
Hatcher Cole FOP unexpectedly lost one of its long time members in early June. Shane Wickham had recently retired from the Hanover Sheriff’s Office after 25 years of service to accept a position with Defense Logistics Agency. Shane’s passing left a wife, adult son, an eight-year-old daughter, and his mother.
In June, Hatcher Cole Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 38 FOP Foundation started accepting donations for Shane's daughter, Sadie, with intentions of starting a college. 100% of all donations were placed into this college fund plus, Hatcher Cole FOP Foundation matched the final donated total up to $500.00 and paid all fees associated with starting this fund for Sadie. Thank you to all who have donated. As of August1 we were be able to open a Virginia 529 account for Sadie and deposit $2800.00 to help with future college expenses.
Donations For McKayla
Hatcher Cole Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 38, and Hatcher Cole FOP Foundation was happy to accept donations for McKayla Pavie, a Hanover Sheriff’s Office employee and Lt. Charlie Pavie’s daughter, who was recently diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML). McKayla had been at MCV Medical center for over a month undergoing an aggressive chemotherapy regimen and your donations helped to curb mounting medical expenses. From March 22 through April 7 2023, 100% of all donations to HCFOP Foundation were presented to McKayla. Hatcher Cole FOP Foundation matched up to $500.00 of the total donations collected and with your generous donations HCFOP Foundation was able to present McKayla with a check for just over $2000.00. Thank you for your support.
This Thanksgiving Hatcher Cole FOP lodge 38 is able to provide needy families with meals because of lodge members volunteering their time and a generous donation from Publix. Hatcher Cole FOP lodge 38 continues to help local families in need this time of the year. Hatcher Cole FOP would like to thank Publix for its continued support of our lodge’s commitment to serve and help others.
This Christmas, Food Lion has once again generously donated gift cards to help assist Hatcher Cole FOP lodge 38 provide local needy families with meals and Christmas gifts for children who may have gone without. Hatcher Cole FOP would like to thank Food Lion for its continued support to provide for local families in need during the Christmas season.
October 18, 2021
A huge thank you to FOP member B. Klapper for donating his own time to present coloring books, crayons, toy police cars, and stuffed animals (pictured to the left) to children attending the Gingerbread preschool at Shalom Baptist Church on Monday. The Hatcher Cole FOP Lodge is happy to donate these items helping to create positive interactions between our local children when encountering sheriff's deputies or police officers.