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Scholarship for Wounded LEOs or Family of Wounded LEO

Now accepting ​applications. The Fifth Annual BrickHouse College Scholarship recipient will be announced in December 2018. All entries must be received by the end of the business day on September 10, 2018.

Having worked closely with law enforcement personnel for years, the BrickHouse Security team has come to understand and appreciate not only the value of service, but also how the personal sacrifice of men and women in uniform affects their entire family. When a person goes into harm's way to protect others, they do so at great risk to themselves and their family.

As such, BrickHouse Security wants to give back as much as possible to the men and women who serve our communities and provide safety to our citizens.

Each year, they award up to three college scholarships to current or former uniformed law enforcement officers in the United States who have been injured or wounded in the line of duty. The scholarship can be awarded to the officer, or their spouse or child, and is intended to cover tuition and costs associated with higher education.

Brickhouse Security understands the value of education, and recognizes that the rising costs of tuition and associated educational costs are difficult to manage even in the best of times. We want to help those who need and deserve it most.

If you are a current or former uniformed law enforcement officer in the United States who was wounded in the line of duty, you may be eligible to receive this immediate-use scholarship. BrickHouse hope this donation will serve as an investment in the future, providing you and yours an opportunity to reach your full potential after sacrificing so much for us.

How to Apply for the BrickHouse Security College Scholarship

Who is Eligible?

Eligible scholarship recipients are:

  • A police officer who has been injured and disabled in the line of duty OR
  • The legal spouse or child of the police officer

Additionally, the following academic requirements must be met:

  • High school graduate or current college student
  • Minimum 3.0 cumulative high school GPA


The essay should be written by the scholarship applicant, or the officer, spouse, or child who will use the scholarship for their education.

Length: 250-500 words

Topic: Describe how your injury (or your parent’s/spouse’s injury) has affected your outlook and ambitions as they relate to your education.

Need resources to help you write the essay?

Personal Information

When sending your application materials, please include the following personal information about the officer and the child or spouse receiving the scholarship funds, if applicable:

  • Name of Applicant (full legal name of person who will use the scholarship, of applicable)
  • Name of Officer (full legal name)
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • Email Address

Proof of Eligibility

If you are a finalist, you will be required to provide proof of disability and proof of highschool education requirements before the scholarship can be awarded.


Application materials can be emailed or physically mailed to Brickhouse Security.

Emails should be sent to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

If scans and digital documents are not available, please mail your scholarship application materials to:

BrickHouse Security Scholarship Committee
110 W 40th Street
New York, NY 10018