FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

What is the name of your organization and who is your beneficiary focus?

On June 13, 2013, we incorporated as “Wounded Blue, Inc.” by filing our Articles of Incorporation with the Madison County, Alabama Judge of Probate and with the Alabama Secretary of State.  In December 2019, we became known as “Wounded Blue, Inc., d/b/a Alabama Wounded Blue” to provide clarity for our public identity and to minimize confusion with other similarly organized entities.  Our focus is to provide financial and service assistance to Alabama law enforcement officers who are wounded in the line of duty, and their families.

 

Are you a national organization?

While we work with and support national organizations, our scope of focus is limited to the State of Alabama.

 

Who are the board members?

 

Chairman – Chief Bill Partridge, Oxford Police Department, Oxford, Alabama, 256-835-6111

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/bill-partridge-8540a475/

 

https://twitter.com/ChiefBPartridge

 

Vice-Chairman – Mr. Michael L. Fees, Assistant District Attorney, Madison County, Alabama, 256-532-3460

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-fees-b3887bb/

 

Secretary / Treasurer – Mr. David W. Sikes, Litigation Manager, Alabama Municipal Insurance Corporation, Montgomery, Alabama, 334-546-7633

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-sikes-%F0%9F%87%BA%F0%9F%87%B8-38260110/

 

https://twitter.com/David_W_Sikes

 

Board Member – Sheriff Huey “Hoss” Mack, Baldwin County, Alabama, (251) 937-0202

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/huey-hoss-mack-01742876/

 

https://twitter.com/SheriffHossMack

 

Who is the administrative staff and what are the administrative costs?

The administration of Alabama Wounded Blue is completely volunteer.  We have no administrative staff.  Administrative expenses are minimal with an annual website domain registration and a Directors & Officers (D&O) liability insurance policy.  Virtually 100% of the money raised is dedicated to Alabama law enforcement officers who are wounded in the line of duty.

 

How can I donate?

Donations may be made through our website through secure transactions via either PayPal or Square.  https://www.woundedblue.org/donate  You may also donate by mailing a check to P.O. Box 698, Wetumpka, AL 36092

 

How are requests for benefits handled?

Requests for benefits for Alabama wounded law enforcement officers may be made by e-mail to woundedblueorg@gmail.com or by contacting one of the board members.  We will contact the wounded officer or his/her family and the agency’s Chief Responsible Officer to verify eligibility.  The information obtained is kept strictly confidential except that which is necessary to process the benefits or services provided.

 

How can I learn more and how can I help?

Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Alabama-Wounded-Blue-Inc-351653214962201/

Follow us on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/alabama-wounded-blue-inc-alabama-wounded-blue-inc-513516144/

 

The number of people in our communities that want to support law enforcement officers and their families is growing every day!  Many people want to help law enforcement officers and their agencies, but do not know what they can do.  Giving time and energy to help Alabama Wounded Blue raise money from your community is a good way to help.  There are as many ways to hold fundraising events as there are communities in the State of Alabama. Some popular events are Boston Butt sales, Motorcycle Club rides, Golf Tournaments, Sporting Clays events, and any kind of family-oriented event.  If you are interested in helping, contact one of the board members and we’ll help you get started with your local law enforcement agency to raise money to help Alabama wounded law enforcement officers.

d/b/a Alabama Wounded Blue, Inc.

P. O. Box 698

Wetumpka, AL 36092

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