The Three Fathers Memorial Run was created as a way of remembering three fathers, who were also RCMP officers, who lost their lives on June 4th, 2014 while protecting the community in which they served: Moncton, NB.

The Three Fathers committee finds great pride in honouring our three heroes by creating a legacy throughout our six local high schools in these brave mens’ names. We are pleased to announce we will be distributing up to eighteen, $1,000 bursaries, three for each of our six high schools in which the Codiac RCMP serves. This equates up to three bursaries for each of these schools named after Cst Doug Larche, Cst Dave Ross and Cst Fabrice Gevaudan.

These bursaries will be awarded to students who are actively pursuing an education or certification at an accredited post-secondary institution for the upcoming year and who have displayed strong ethics, volunteerism, resilience and community involvement. We encourage any students who feel that they have made a difference to apply. Please note that these bursaries are not intended to only target strong academic achievements.

The successful candidates will be announced at this year's annual Three Fathers Memorial Run.


  • Current current high school student accepted to a Canadian accredited post secondary institution full-time
  • Resident of the Greater Moncton Community and attending one of the six high schools that are served by the Codiac RCMP: Harrison Trimble High School, École Mathieu-Martin, Moncton High School, École L’Odyssée, Bernice McNaughton High School, Riverview High School
  • Be a Canadian citizen or have a permanent resident status in Canada

Application Guidelines

This bursary is awarded to a student who has shown a strong commitment to their community through volunteer work or other forms of engagement and has also demonstrated resilience in the face of challenges.*

  • Write a one-page essay (400-500 words) that explains how you meet the above criteria. Describe how you have made a positive impact in your community through volunteering or other forms of engagement, and how you have overcome setbacks. Your essay should include how you persevered despite facing personal, social, economic, or other challenges.
  • Completed bursary application form. Click here to download the form
  • Two reference letters from a teacher, school administrator, guidance counselor or community leader who are not related to you
  • Copy of your most recent school transcript
  • Copy of course registration or acceptance letter for the upcoming year

* Note: Application criteria was slightly modified on April 4, 2023. If you already applied using the previous guidelines, please do not resubmit. Your application will still be considered.

Application Deadline

May 10, 2024

Submitting Your Application

You can use the online form below or send by mail to:

PO Box 29174, Moncton North End
Moncton, NB
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