The Police Roll of Honour Trust is a charity registered in Scotland England & Wales, we do not receive any central funding and have to generate income to support the Trust. Every donation is gratefully received, we couldn't continue our work without the support of our donors - thank you.
Any amount you wish donate will help us continue our work, below you can see the various ways you can donate to the Trust.
If you would like to donate to the Police Roll of Honour Trust online you can do so using either PayPal or Just Giving - both allow you to use your credit or debit card. All payments are handled by both of these companies.
If you would prefer to post us a donation we would encourage you to not send money, however that is your choice. If you wish to send us a cheque or postal order please mark them for "Police Roll of Honour Trust" and send the donation to the address below, if you wish you can also fill in the donation form.
We are members of the FundRaising Standards Board (FRSB) self regulatory scheme. The FRSB works to ensure that organisations raising money from the public do so honestly and properly. As members of the scheme, we follow the Institute of Fundraising's Codes of Fundraising Practice and comply with the key principles embodied in the Codes and in the FRSB Promise.
The Fundraising Promise is a promise made by members of the FRSB scheme to the public, committing to the highest standards of practice, and ensuring that all their activities are open and fair, honest and legal. Click here for a full copy of the Promise.
As part of our commitment to the Fundraising Standards Board Promise, David Acheson is our complaints co-ordinator for any fundraising complaints, please use the contact us page. We will endeavour to resolve any complaint efficiently, fairly and ensure you are kept updated.
If you aren't satisfied with how we have handled your complaint or you aren't satisfied with the result please address your concerns to our Trust Manager Steve Lloyd; he can be contacted using the same contact us page.
If you aren't satisified with the outcome you can of course contact the Fundraising Standards Board.