2023 FALLEN OFFICER PROJECT WALK benefiting Supporting Heroes & the WHOH Organization


This will be the 6th year of the Fallen Officer Project. For the 2023 campaign, we will be hosting our very own Fallen Officer Project Walk, on the campus of Culver-Stockton College on April 1st, 2023  from 9am to 11am. We are again raising funds for Supporting Heroes and Whose House Our House Foundations.

Another great addition to the spring 2023 Fallen Officer Project Campaign, we will start recognizing Fallen Law Enforcement Officers and Fallen Firefighters. The project will still follow the same criteria for the students who participate. The students who recognize a fallen firefighter will wear the red Fallen Officer Project Logo during campaign activities.

The students participating in the Fallen Officer Project will be able to recognize our community heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice in both of these fields.

Those who register before March 17th, 2023, will receive a t-shirt and potentially other items, on the day of the event.

We will accept registrations after March 17th, 2023, but those participants will not receive the t-shirt and other potential items.


Starts at:  April 1, 2023 9:00 AM
Ends at:  April 1, 2023 11:00 AM


Culver-Stockton College
1 College Hill
Canton,MO 63435 USA


Seth McBride

How Your Support Makes a Difference

Your participation in the Culver Stockton Fallen Officer Project Walk will help support the mission of 2 important organizations. Supporting Heroes & Whose House Our House.

Founded by CS Alumni Elijah Richardson, Whose House Our House Mission is to utilize inner-city youth to bridge the gap between law enforcement and the community through traditional and nontraditional sporting practices, along with creating a gateway to higher education and careers. At WHOH we believe by utilizing community policing we can bridge that gap between law enforcement and community through empowering inner-city youth. 

Supporting Heroes organization serves the families of fallen public safety officers in Missouri, Indiana, and Kentucky by providing financial and social support. Their Mission Statement is to Honor the Service and Sacrifice of Public Safety Heroes, who give their lives in the line of duty, by caring for the loved ones they leave behind.

Thanks to our generous sponsors