FF/PM Daniel V. Capuano
LODD December 14, 2015
3-3-5 Never Forgotten - Rest in Peace
FF/PM DANIEL V. CAPUANO MEMORIAL FUND
The Ende, Menzer, Walsh & Quinn Retirees' Widows' and Children’s Assistance Fund is given the solemn task of creating memorial funds for the families of Chicago Fire Department Line of Duty Deaths.
Chicago Firefighters Union Local 2 and the Ende, Menzer, Walsh & Quinn Retirees', Widows' & Children's Assistance Fund have established a memorial fund to benefit the family of Firefighter/Paramedic Daniel V. Capuano, who perished December 14, 2015, fighting a warehouse fire in the 9200 block of South Baltimore Ave.
BMO Harris Bank is partnering with the organizations to receive donations to the memorial fund.
Donate at BMO Harris or by Mail
BMO Harris locations are currently accepting cash or check donations from customers and the general public. (Click Here for Locations)
Donations can made via mail to:
attn: Daniel V. Capuano Memorial Fund
20 South Clark Street, Suite 1400
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Checks can be made payable to :
Daniel V. Capuano Memorial Fund Memorial Fund
Donations are tax deductible and 100% percent of the funds donated will be distributed to the family.
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The Ende, Menzer, Walsh & Quinn Retirees', Widows' and Children's Assistance Fund mission is to provide financial assistance to the neediest widows and children of members of the Chicago Fire Department. The EMWQ Retirees' Widows' and Children’s Assistance Fund was granted tax exempt charitable status under IRS Code Section 501
(c)(3) on April 23, 2007. The tax exempt status allows all contributions to be used as a tax deduction by the donor. All program distributions made from the Fund are nontaxable to the recipient.
Donation acknowledgement forms will be generated for all contributions of $250 or more in accordance with the Internal Revenue Service guidelines. Individuals needing tax receipts will be required to use a check or donate online.