The Erik Hite Foundation offers several programs
Parents Education workshops include topics such as: Work related stress, emotional childhood anxiety due to parent’s death, divorce, single parenthood, separation anxiety and erratic first responder’s schedules, and line of duty death readiness.
Goals: Educate, Demonstrate and Prevent.
Examples include Preparedness Workshops which highlight the following:
- Preparing for sudden death
- Financing 101: Budget, Documents, and Passwords
- Importance of Life Insurance
- Living Wills and Trusts
Purpose: A program that is uniquely designed for these families
Goals: Flexibility – Affordability – Improve Morale
Services: We accommodate erratic shift work.
Summer Camp Scholarships
The Summer Camp Scholarship Program is intended to reimburse Public Safety employee families for registration fees paid for their children to attend summer camp. Families that send two or more children to summer camp are given priority consideration. Qualifying ages for this scholarship are for children in the age of 5 to 18 years old.
Goal: To help offset the cost of expensive summer camps and to help keep these children active during the summer vacation so their parents can concentrate on their critical profession.