And help Police Care UK be there for serving and former police and their families now
Could pay for a welfare check on an injured colleague, to make sure they are getting the support they need. Your donation means that injured officers always have someone to talk to, no matter what.
Could fund 10 copies of our wellbeing booklet for the families of police officers and staff providing support following a major incident.
The gift of independence is one of the greatest gifts you could possibly provide. A donation of £300 could provide a set of portable ramps for the house of an injured officer so they can get in and out on their own.
By donating to Police Care UK, you are making sure that police and families in need can access the help and care they need. 100% of every pound you donate will go directly towards improving the lives of police officers injured or killed on duty, and their loved ones. The support costs of the charity are funded from other income we receive, such as dividends.
If you are a UK taxpayer, the value of your donation can increase by 25 per cent under the Gift Aid scheme at no extra cost to you. If you would like to claim Gift Aid on any donations you've made to Police Care UK (or Police Dependants' Trust or National Police Fund) in the past four years, you can do so here:
Celebrate the life of a loved one in a special way by making a donation in their memory. Here are different ways you can do so while helping improve the lives of people who suffer harm because of their policing role.
You can donate your unwanted foreign coins to help raise money for Police Care UK. We accept all coins and even obsolete currency.
If you have jewellery that is either broken or no longer wanted, you can donate it to Police Care UK.
Leaving a gift in your will to Police Care UK will help to make sure we can plan far ahead and achieve our mission: reduce the impact of harm on police and families.