Make a donation

The Police Dependants’ Trust works tirelessly to support police officers injured or killed on duty, and their loved ones, get the targeted support and financial assistance they need. We rely on your donations to make that possible.

How will my donation help?

By donating to the Police Dependants’ Trust, you are making sure that every police officer injured on duty can access the targeted support and financial assistance they need today, tomorrow, and in the future.  Thank you.

£15

Could pay for a welfare check on an injured officer, 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.

£75

Could fund a pair of grab rails for an officer’s home, giving them dignity of being able to use the toilet unaided. A simple gift like this will make a massive difference to their independence and self-respect.

£40

Could fund 10 copies of our wellbeing booklet for loved ones who are coming to terms with the injury on duty their partner has sustained, and gives them the advice they need to be able to better cope with their new situation.

£400

Could provide a set of portable ramps for the house so that an injured officer can get in and out of the house on their own. The gift of independence is one of the greatest gifts you could possibly provide to an officer injured on duty.

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 Trust are funded from other income we receive, such as dividends.

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