Every year the Police Treatment Centres helps thousands of serving and retired police officers who have been injured or have fallen ill to return to better health and wellbeing.
As more police officers approach us for help and as injury rates rise, the pressure on the centres continues to mount. Last year almost 4000 officers received treatment which is more than in previous years.
The Police Treatment Centres is an independent charity and we rely on the support of people like you. It costs almost £4 million each year to keep the two treatment centres operating and provide the treatment our officers so desperately need. We have been fortunate in the past to have been able to fund the majority of the services of our Charity through donations made through serving officers’ regular payroll giving. However in uncertain times, especially when the number of police officers is being reduced, the Charity is now more than ever having to widen its avenues for generating funds to help bridge the gap between officers donations and the annual operating costs. It is additional donations from fundraising activities and other income generation activities that will help us to continue offering the vital care and services that our officers so desperately need in the future.
To read more about how you can support us, please click on the links below:
Getting involved in Fundraising
Donor Recruitment Campaigns