Frequently Asked Questions

Below are the most frequently asked questions that we receive regarding our program.

At anytime please feel free to reach out to us for any questions or concerns you might have.

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  • How do I change my beneficiaries?

    Download the form below, fill it out and send it back to us through internal to the TPWOF or you can call the TPWOF and request the Primary and Alternative Change of Beneficiary form (TPS 676 form)

    Designated Beneficiary Info

  • How does the will reimbursement program work?

    Send us a copy of the invoice from the lawyer, your badge number and mailing address and the Fund will send you a one time rebate cheque of $100.

  • Who holds my contact information if I pass?

    An estate planner is available upon request from the office, who holds all of your important contact information for your family in the time of need.

  • Who regulates the Toronto Police Widows and Orphans Fund?

    The Fund is regulated by OSFI.

  • How can I request my endowment from the Toronto Police Widows and Orphans Fund

    Endowment cheques are presented to you at the Toronto Police Association Retirement Dinner (this occurs twice a year, please contact the TPA for your dinner schedule).  You can also request your endowment cheque before the dinner, please contact the Toronto Police Widows and Orphans Fund and your cheque will be mailed to you.

    If you are apart of the Senior Officers Organization, please contact the Toronto Police Widows and Orphans Fund and your cheque will be mailed out to you.

  • Will I lose my benefits at age 65?

    As a member of the Toronto Police Widows and Orphans Fund for a minimum of 25 years or 300 months, you will continue to enjoy a life insurance coverage of $18,700* with a 20% bonus that is subject to an annual review*.  You will not lose this benefit once you turn 65. For members who have retired with less than 25 years your death benefit will be adjusted accordingly.

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