ACEOA supports a variety
of non profit and conservation programs as well as sponsoring their
own programs and opportunities for Alabama. Please click on
the links below to find out more information on upcoming events and
programs with ACEOA.
Alabama Conservation Enforcement Officer
. . . For
ACEOA Associate Scholarships (non-member)
1. Candidates must submit a letter of need to be reviewed by the
board of directors.
2. Candidate must be pursuing a wildlife, conservation,
environmental or law enforcement degree.
. . . For ACEOA Member Scholarships
1. Officer or family members are eligible.
2. Officer must be an ACEOA member in good standing.
3. Candidate must submit a letter of need.
4. Candidate is only eligible every other year.
General Rules for All Scholarships
1. The board of directors and state officers will vote based on need
for both scholarships.
2. Checks will be issued when student has proof of enrollment for
the fall semester or quarter. (after September)
3. Scholarships have been increased from $500.00 to $1000.00 each.
applications must be submitted to the Executive Director by August
15 of each year. Please send a 3x5 note card with the
applicant’s name, address and telephone number. Please
indicate if it is an application for a Member or Associate
Scholarship and the course of study.
Outdoor Women Unlimited is an organization dedicated to providing women and
families with the education and the excitement of the outdoor
experience through teaching outdoor life skills, sharing knowledge
of our natural resources, while building self esteem, strengthening
individual character, and promoting self-reliance in a safe and
Police Survivors, Inc. (C.O.P.S.)
C.O.P.S., Inc. provides resources and
assists in the rebuilding of the lives of surviving families
of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty as determined
by Federal criteria. Furthermore, COPS provides training to
enforcement agencies on survivor victimization issues and educates
the public of the need to support the law enforcement profession and
Buckmasters American Deer Foundation
Life Hunts is a wish-granting service for
children and young adults with critical illnesses and diseases. The
program was officially founded in 1998 to grant hunting wishes and
has served 148 children and young adults to date.
We will always accept applications from qualified
children for Life Hunts. Because of the anti-hunting sentiment
within many medical organizations, it is difficult for us to spread
the word through these channels. Please help us get the word out to
children's hospitals, cancer centers and councilors! Provide anyone
interested with our website link, or contact us for printed
information to distribute.
For more information, please