Every year the 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.
The Treatment Centres is an independent charity which relies on the support from people like you. It costs almost £4.5 million each year (£12,000 per day), to keep the two treatment centres operating and provide the treatment our officers so desperately need.
Alongside the revenue (running costs) the charity also has a series of capital (refurbishment) projects that need completing, which brings with it a whole different set of costs. To read more about our capital projects and how you can help, please click here.
How we are funded
We receive the majority of our funding (90%) from members of the Police Family who make a voluntary donation, normally through monthly payroll giving. The remainder of our income is made up from fundraising, third party claims, dividends received and other little extras such as room hire, hospitality etc.
How you can help
In these difficult financial times and as police officer numbers continue to decline we need more than ever before to source new ways of raising money. Your help is needed to ensure our police officers continue to receive the best quality care and treatment they so very much deserve.
There are a number of ways you can help support the charity. Making a donation is one simple and very effective way or perhaps you would like to get involved in some fundraising!
Read more about the different ways you can get involved to help the Police Treatment Centres. Or contact one of the fundraising team here.