90 days from today is Sun, 17 November 2019
Clink on the link for the full range of Police Related charities which you may find of interest either to give or receive assistance, summary of just a few closely connected to Wiltshire below.
The Gurney Fund
A registered charity for the care and education of the children of deceased or medically retired police officers from subscribing forces. Assistance may include a weekly allowance and grants towards educational expenditure such as school trips, uniform, music lessons and sporting activities. Beneficiaries are also invited to attend holidays and activities arranged by the Fund. Further information is available from their website:
Police Care UK - Formerly - Police Dependants' Trust
Police Care UK is a charity caring for serving and former police officers and staff, volunteers, and their families.
Providing practical, emotional and financial support for serving and former police officers, staff, and volunteers who suffer harm as a result of their policing role that is confidential and impartial.
Their mission is to reduce the impact of harm on police and families.
Blue Lamp Foundation
We use the money we raise to relieve the financial hardship that some personnel of the Emergency Services may face after being criminally injured whilst on duty.
Our first aim, which is well underway, is to raise one million pounds by 2013; three years on from our launch.
Care Of Police Survivors (COPS)
COPS is run by survivors for survivors. Membership is open to spouses, partners, children, parents and siblings of officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Wiltshire Police Benevolent Trust
In January 2007 the Wiltshire Police Benevolent Fund became a registered charity, and has been renamed the Wiltshire Police Benevolent Trust. The change in status has allowed the Trustees to open membership to all Police Staff.
In recent years the Benevolent Trust has made grants of interest free loans to members suffering financial hardship and has purchased equipment that has improved mobility and quality of life for a number of members. Examples include: Purchase of specialist equipment for a disabled child; Building works to facilitate wheelchair use and; Purchase of purpose made motorised scooter and trailer.
The current Trustees are:
The cost is only 73p per month. If you would like to contribute into the fund, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your payroll number and authority to commence deductions.