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23nd Annual Major Alister C. McGregor Memorial Golf Tournament

The Major Alister C McGregor 23rd Memorial Golf Tournament will be held on September 9th, 2024 at Crestwood Country Club in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. We will be accepting requests to reserve foursomes some time in April or May 2024.
This year, the McGregor Fund awarded four scholarships through the McGregor Endowment at Roger Williams University. Our mission also provides grants and funds for youth oriented activities, programs and projects to help kids just be kids and to learn, live and grow. If you have a need. If you think we can help. Click on our email and drop us a note that outlines your issue or request. Please include your contact information.

At this time, the McGregor Family and the McGregor Board of Directors would like to thank all our sponsors, donors and community for their incredible support over the past 23 years. In a world that seems to be falling apart, the residents of the City of East Providence know they are in the safest place that they can live. There is always hope. Where there is hope…the men and women of the East Providence Police and Fire Departments are answering the call with professionalism, pride and integrity. We never forget that we are here for you. Stay safe and healthy until we meet again.

Thank You to Our Sponsors & Donors

Dear Friend,

The newly elected Board of Directors of the Major Alister C. McGregor Memorial Fund would like to thank all our Sponsors and Donors for their caring and generosity over the past 13 years. This year, the Major Alister C. McGregor 13th Annual Memorial Golf Tournament will be held at Crestwood Country Club, 90 Wheeler Street, Rehoboth, MA 02769 on Monday, September 15th 2014.

Over the past thirteen years, our partnership has provided scholarships to the sons and daughters of fallen police officers from the New England region. It has provided an opportunity for the friends and families of public safety officers an opportunity to become familiar with the individuals and businesses that have been so thoughtful and generous in providing comfort and aid to those who have suffered a terrible loss. Your kindness is a reminder that the sacrifices of our fallen comrades and those they left behind will never be forgotten. This year, the proceeds from the Tournament will be used to provide scholarships through the McGregor Endowment at Roger Williams University, and to support youth activities and programs designated by the McGregor Charities. 

We are hoping that you will, once again, support our annual fundraiser in the form of a donation, tee sponsorship, or by entering a foursome to play golf.  Here is a link to the .pdf donation, sponsorship and Tournament participant form. Please fill it out and forward it along with your donation, sponsorship and/or Tournament fees in the postage-paid envelope we have provided to: The McGregor Memorial Fund, 105 Waterman Avenue #287, East Providence RI, 02914. As in the past, foursomes will be awarded on a first-come/first-served basis. The Tournament always fills to full capacity very quickly so return your entries in early.

On behalf of the members of the McGregor Family, the East Providence Police Department, Roger Williams University, and the sons and daughters of fallen officers that have received your help through the endowment and individual grant awards – thank you so very much. We would also like to extend a special thanks to Norm Alberigo and the entire staff of Agawam Hunt for their service and dedication over the last several years.

If you have any questions, please, feel free to contact us through our email link ont our website. You can also visit the Officer Down and Concerns of Police Survivors homepages through links provided on our page.


Sgt. Ken Luke
Event Coordinator, ACM Fund

2012 ACM Individual Scholarship Recipient

Dears Friends,

I am extremely pleased to announce that the 2012 recipient of the ACM Individual Scholarship is Caitlin Allen. Caitlin is entering her senior year at Bryant University, majoring in actuarial mathematics with minors in Computer Science and Business Management.

Caitlin has passed two professional actuarial examinations, and is spending the summer interning in the pricing department of a local insurance company.

Keep up the great work, Caitlin. We are honored to have helped you. Both you and Jennifer have made everyone so very proud.

Walter Barlow

Major Alister C. McGregor

The Major Alister C. McGregor Memorial Foundation
105 Waterman Avenue #287
East Providence, RI 02914


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