VI 100 Club of St. Thomas / St. John was organized in 2005 by Wm. L. Graham, Trip Lea and Jimmy Gallivan, all new Lifetime Members. The club is a Special Fund created within the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands, a non-profit community foundation. All donations will be held by the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands and will be administered pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in the organizational documents. Contributions will be used for charitable purposes and in consistent with the exempt purposes of the Community Foundation and the Mission Statement of the VI 100 Club.
An Advisory Committee consisting of the Virgin Island Police Commissioner, representatives from the VI 100 Club and the Community Foundation will be appointed to oversee the program.
Join this special organization with your tax-deductible donation. Remember, the most our citizens can give is their time and money; an officer may have to give his or her life in order to serve and protect us.
- To provide the Virgin Islands Police Department with life protecting equipment that cannot be secured through budgeted funds.
- To provide the Virgin Islands Police Department with aid to dependents of police officers who lose their lives in the line of duty while protecting our lives and property.
- To provide the Virgin Islands Police Department with recognition and educational opportunities.
The VI 100 Club of St. Thomas / St. John proudly supports the Virgin Islands Police Department and its officers and employees. It is composed of a group of dedicated individuals and businesses on the islands committed to keeping our community a safe place to live and to supporting those officers who protect it.
- Life Protecting Equipment
The Club will provide the financial support to purchase life-protecting equipment needed by, but not budgeted for, the St. Thomas / St. John police. Bulletproof vests, radios and emergency response equipment are a few of the items that are needed from time to time for our officers.
- Benefits to Families
When a Virgin Islands police officer loses his life in the line of duty, the VI 100 Club of St. Thomas /St. John will reach out to the family to offer emotional support and financial assistance to help the family during this difficult time.
- Award and Scholarship Aid
Members of VI 100 Club of St. Thomas / St. John believe in recognizing a job well done. The club will provide the Police Commissioner the means to award Special Recognition at all levels of the department. The Club also will provide grants to a select group of full time police officers to further their education, attend workshops and seminars, and take specialized training courses.
There are 4 membership plans available:
- Regular Membership: $200 (annually).
- Lifetime Membership: $2,000 (single payment). A special token of appreciation will be furnished upon full payment.* Please type you name exactly as you want it to appear on the gift.
- Business Membership: $1,000 (annually) you will also receive a large business decal to display at your business upon payment.
- Business Life Membership: $3,000 (single payment) you also receive a large business decal to display at your business. A special token of appreciation will be furnished upon full payment.* Please type you name exactly as you want it to appear on gift.
In return for your tax-deductible membership dues, you will receive 1 automobile decal - a visible sign you can display with pride, indicating you are a member of a group that supports Virgin Islands Police Department.
Your membership dues are used for purchasing life-saving equipment, providing educational opportunities and awarding officers. We will also provide funds to dependents of police officers killed in the line of duty.
Memberships are in one (1) individual name. Memberships are non-transferable.
* The amount of your contribution that is deductible for federal income tax purposes is limited to the excess of any money contributed by the donor over the value of goods or services provided by The VI 100 Club.
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