By leaving a gift in your will to The Treatment Centres you are helping to secure the future of our charity and enabling us to continue supporting injured and ill police officers.
A gift in a will is an extremely generous, thoughtful and caring way to donate to the Police Treatment Centres, helping us to continue providing treatment to injured and ill police officers when they need it most.
A will is important as it protects the future of your loved ones and helps make it easier for those you have left behind.
Treatment is offered to more than 4000 police officers injured or ill every year. We support the return of these officers to active duty as soon as possible; vital for both community safety and officers’ morale.
Each day more and more requests from injured and ill police officers are received, who simply want to get back to work to protect our communities. A gift in your will, can help us care for these people today and also help us plan how we respond to the needs of future generations.
All donations left in your will (charitable legacies as they are also known) are exempt from inheritance tax, so you can reduce the amount of tax that would be payable on your estate.
If you are considering leaving us a gift, or if you have already included us in your will, we would be very pleased to hear from you. This information remains confidential and is not legally binding but by telling us we are able to thank you and keep you informed of our work, should you wish to hear from us.
For more information please read our leaflet "Supporting the future of the Police Treatment Centres".
Any gift you make to the Police Treatment Centres should include the following information:
The Police Treatment Centre
Harlow Moor Road
Registered charity number 1147449