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Each year, the NYPD Pulaski Association awards High School and College scholarships to children of members.

In order to be eligible for a scholarship, the student must be a son or daughter or grandson or granddaughter of a paid-up member in good standing and graduating from the 8th grade or who are college bound high school seniors who will be attending a two or four-year college and be matriculated the September. The scholarship is not open to civilian members of the department nor Associate Members. Winners will be notified in May and awards presentation will take place in June.

Awards are based on the child’s performance regardless if they attend a private, parochial or public school. Along with the Pulaski Scholarship, the following Foundations offer various scholarships: NYC Police Reserve Association, Centurion Foundation, and New York Law Enforcement Foundation.

Scholarship winners must be present at the Scholarship Night Presentation to claim their award. Unclaimed awards will be forfeited. Anyone applying for any of the scholarships must notify Sylwia Zukowski, Scholarship Chairperson at 646-662-3245 and email nypdpulaskischolarship@gmail.com to give all of your information and your child’s information.

The NYPD Pulaski Association is grateful Mr. Lambros Y. Lambrou, Esq., President of the Police Reserve Association, Mr. G. Joseph Dippell, President of the Centurion Foundation, as well as Commissioner Reginald Ward, Chairman of the New York Law Enforcement Foundation along with all our members who support the Scholarship Program.


2024 Scholarship
The Association is accepting applications for scholarship grants for 2024

2023 Scholarship Winners
There were no scholarship application submitted for the 2023 period

2022 Scholarship Winners

2021 Scholarship Winners

2020 Scholarship Winners

2019 Scholarship Winners

2018 Scholarship Winners

2017 Scholarship Winners

2016 Scholarship Winners

2015 Scholarship Winners
Michael J. Buczek College Award for $1500 goes to Natalie Ralko
New York Law Enforcement Foundation for $1000 goes to Sabrina Kachurka
Peter C. Bartoszek High School Award for $1000 goes to Katlyn Bartoszek
Artur Kasprzak High School Award for $750 goes to Alexa Lubomski

The Pulaski Association of The Police Department of the City of New York, Inc.,
is a recognized 501 (c) 3 organization. All donations are tax-deductible.
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