Police Charities UK (PCUK)
Police Children’s Fund is a member of Police Charites UK (PCUK) which is a unique group of police charities who collaborate for the benefit of serving and former members of UK police forces and their families.
Each member charity is unique, meeting different needs within the policing community and we meet twice a year to identify opportunities of working together to further the charitable objects of each charity.
Here at Police Children’s Fund we often receive enquiries for support from officers and their families where sadly, the specific need does not fall within our charitable objects and this is where PCUK proves to be helpful. Police Children’s Fund is proud to be a member of this group.
We are always happy to point people in the direction of other organisations who might be able to help and a few of them are listed here.
British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
Find an accredited counsellor in your local area.
Care of Police Survivors (Cops)
A charity supporting families of police officers/staff who have died on duty.
Child Bereavement UK
A charity supporting bereaved families.
Christian Police Association
Supporting Christians in the police force.
Flint House Police Rehabilitation
Providing physical rehabilitation and mental health support to police officers.
Money advice and tips.
National Counselling and Psychotherapy Society (NCPS)
Find accredited counselling and psychotherapy services in your local area.
National Association of Retired Police Officers (NARPO)
Supporting retired police officers/staff and their families.
Police Care UK
A charity supporting serving/veteran police officers/staff and their families.
Police Charities UK
A group of UK police charities collaborating to support police families.
Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW)
Staff association for police constables, sergeants, inspectors (including chief inspectors and special constables.
Police UK Disability Sport CIC
A platform for serving and retired police officers/staff who are living with injury, disability, illness, mental health or neurodiversity to engage in adaptive/disability sport.
Serve and Protect
An organisation helping employees of the police, prison, military, fire, and health services save money and access financial support.
A comprehensive debt advice service.
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SOBS)
A UK organisation offering peer-to-peer support to those over the age of 18, impacted by suicide loss.
The Police Children’s Charity
A charity supporting police families facing life-changing circumstances.