Donations

If you are unable to attend any of our events, we welcome you to make donations via either one of our Post Office boxes. Please send a check to:

Michael H. Wise, II Memorial Foundation, Inc.
PO Box 167
Myerstown, PA 17067

or

Michael H. Wise, II Memorial Foundation, Inc.
PO Box 8161
Reading, PA 19603

Or you can donate online using Paypal:

The Michael H. Wise, II Memorial Foundation, Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Through several fundraisers including a golf outing, motorcycle ride and 5k run, we hope to give back to the communities that so graciously continue to show their support to the Foundation and to the Wise family. Without their generosity, the Foundation would not be able to provide funding for the donations listed below.

2013 Foundation Scholarship Winners:

Reading Police:

Ryan Stone, Son of Sgt Jeff Stone

Amanda Shenk, Daughter of retired CI Harold Shenk

Reading Fire:

Daniel Smith, Son of Brian Smith

Samantha Diehm, Daughter of John Diehm

2012 Foundation Donations

The Wise Memorial Foundation presents AED donations to the Lebanon City Fire Department. Pictured from left to right are Carey Eggert, Karen Wise, Chris Harter and Michael Daub.

  • $500 to COPS (Concerns of Police Survivors) – This organization provides programs and services to survivors of U.S. law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty
  • $2,000 in scholarships awarded to students at Cedar Crest High School
  • $2,000 in scholarships awarded to children of Reading City Firefighters
  • $2,000 in scholarships awarded to children of Reading City Police Officers
  • Presented an emergency generator to Lebanon Emergency Services Unit
  • Presented defibrillators (AEDs) to Lebanon County Vo-Tech and Lebanon City Fire Department
  • $500 donated to family of Joey (suffering from leukemia), whose father is a paramedic at First Aid and Safety Patrol in Lebanon
  • $365 donated to Center for Loss and Bereavement for its Summer Camp for children who have experienced a loss

2011 Foundation Donations

Cody Lloyd - The winner of the Michael H Wise II Memorial Character Award

  • $500 to COPS (Concerns of Police Survivors) – This organization provides programs and services to survivors of U.S. law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty
  • $500 donation to the widow of Deputy Kyle Pagerly of the Berks County Sheriff’s Department who was killed in the line of duty
  • $500 to the Wenger Foundation to help sponsor an event honoring first responders in Lebanon County
  • $500 to Officer and Mrs. Paul Savani for a child with health issues. Officer Savani works for North Cornwall Police Department in Lebanon County.
  • $3,000 in scholarships to children of Reading Police Officers
  • $2,000 in scholarships to children of Reading Firefighters
  • $2,000 in scholarships to Cedar Crest High School students pursuing criminal justice, police academy training or EMT/Paramedic training
  • Presented a clock in of honor of Michael to recognize the winner of Cedar Crest High School wrestling character award
  • Presented Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) to Albright College, Northern Lebanon School District, Lebanon Catholic, and Palmyra School District
  • Presented Reading City Police Department K-9 Unit with three K-9 trauma kits

2010 Foundation Donations

  • $500 to COPS (Concerns of Police Survivors) – This organization provides programs and services to survivors of U.S. law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty
  • $500 donation to the family of Blaize Webber.  Blaize was diagnosed with numerous birth defects.  His father Adam is an officer with the Annville Police Department.
  • Presented a clock in of honor of Michael to recognize the winner of Cedar Crest High School wrestling character award.

2009 Foundation Donations

  • Donation of ten K-9 trauma kits to various departments in Lebanon and Berks counties.
  • $1,000 to City of Lebanon K-9 fund for their new police dog
  • $500 to COPS (Concerns of Police Survivors) – This organization provides programs and services to survivors of U.S. law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty
  • $1,000 donation to the Pittsburgh Fallen Officers Fund.  The fund was established due to the shooting deaths of 3 Pittsburgh Police Officers.
  • Donation of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to Cedar Crest High School
  • Donation of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to Cedar Crest Middle School
  • $500 to Lebanon Valley Rails to Trails to purchase a bench in honor of Michael
  • Presented a clock in of honor of Michael to recognize the winner of Cedar Crest High School wrestling character award.
  • Donation of firefighter identification tagging system to Lebanon City Firefighters.
  • $2,000 in scholarships to children of Reading Police Officers
  • $2,000 in scholarships to children of Reading Firefighters
  • $3,000 in scholarships to Cedar Crest High School students pursuing criminal justice, police academy training or EMT/Paramedic training
  • $3,000 to First Aid and Safety Patrol for RHMC training

2008 Foundation Donations

  • $5,000 to the City of Reading to assist with start-up and reintroduction of the K-9 unit
  • $150 to the Falcon Foundation to purchase a brick in honor of Michael
  • Donation of two K-9 trauma kits to the Lebanon Police Department
  • $500 to COPS (Concerns of Police Survivors) – This organization provides programs and services to survivors of U.S. law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty
  • $2,000 in scholarships to children of Reading Police Officers
  • $2,000 in scholarships to children of Reading Firefighters
  • $3,000 in scholarships to Cedar Crest High School students pursuing criminal justice degrees
  • $500 donation to the family of Brandt Pflueger.  Brandt was diagnosed with neuroblastoma.  His father Brad is an officer with the North Lebanon Police Department.
  • $2,000 to Cornwall-Lebanon School District to support the DARE programs at each of the four district elementary schools.
  • $500 donation to 4 Paws for Ability to obtain an autism service dog for Sierra Hirsch.  Her father Don is a City of Reading paramedic.

2007 Foundation Donations

  • $500 to COPS (Concerns of Police Survivors) – This organization provides programs and services to survivors of U.S. law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty
  • $2,000 in scholarships to children of Reading Police Officers
  • $2,000 in scholarships to children of Reading Firefighters
  • $1,000 scholarship to a Cedar Crest High School student pursuing a criminal justice degree