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Travelers Protective Association of America

Last Update:7/12/2018
Address:2041 Exchange Drive
St. Charles, MO 63303
Phone:(636) 724-2227
Toll Free:(877) 872-2638
Fax:(636) 724-2457

We live our missions by:

  • Providing a venue for fellowship, fraternalism and altruistic service.
  • Providing accidental injury, disability, death and non insurance benefits for our members and their beneficiaries.
  • Leading and educating our communities in child and other safety issues and providing education and support through the private and public sectors.
  • Providing an arena for personal growth by providing networking, organizational and leadership opportunities through our Posts.
  • Providing financial assistance to the hearing impaired through a scholarship trust fund, serving our communities and earning national recognition for all the association's efforts.
Program Description

Scholarship Trust: The Travelers Protective Association of America established the TPA Scholarship Trust for the Hearing Impaired in 1975 to provide financial aid to children and adults who suffer deafness or hearing impairment and who need assistance in obtaining mechanical devices, medical or specialized treatment or specialized education as well as speech classes, note takers, interpreters, etc. and in other areas of need that are directly related to hearing impairment.

Persons who suffer deafness or hearing impairment may obtain an application for aid from the Trust at The Travelers Protective Association. Completed application must be returned to the Trust by March 1st each year. Trustees review all applications on file as of March 1st, notify recipients in May and scholarship checks are mailed after September 1st. Recipients may receive additional aid by completing a new application each time they seek assistance.

Child Safety: The safety of our children is just one of T.P.A.'s missions. Through TPA's many child safety programs we hope to educate children and parents providing a safer environment in our local communities. If we can save one child's life then all our efforts are worth it. Safety program materials are furnished to schools throughout the nation; speakers and educational films are provided as well as school crossing signs, vests and guards, plus a wide assortment of educational coloring books and stickers.

Child Safety
Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Financial Assistance
Counties Serviced
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