SPBF tells Police Treatment Centre to ‘Get on its Bike!’

SPBF tells Police Treatment Centre to 'Get on its Bike!'
The Scottish Police Benevolent Fund continues to support its members past and present through its continued support of the Police Treatment Centre at Castlebrae, Auchterarder. Trustees during their recent meeting held at the Centre were delighted to take some time out to be shown the fruits of their recent donations to the PTC. The Benevolent ...

SPBF supports Maggies Centre

SPBF supports Maggies Centre
SPBF is pleased to announce that as part of its commitment to supporting its members and their families at times of need, the fund has donated £5,000 to Maggie’s Centre in support of the excellent work they do in providing psychological and emotional support to families battling cancer. Maggie’s Centres provide free invaluable practical, emotional ...

A BIG THANK YOU DONATERS!!

A BIG THANK YOU DONATERS!!
Trustees, staff and members of the SPBF would like to say a BIG Thank You, to all who have supported and donated to the charity this last year. Whilst we are conscious many choose to remain anonymous when donating, all at the charity just wish you to know that we greatly appreciate the support you ...

Scottish Police Benevolent Fund build ‘HOUSE of PAIN!’

Scottish Police Benevolent Fund build 'HOUSE of PAIN!'
Jack in his ‘House of Pain’ Thanks to our subscribing members and gratefully received donations, we are delighted to announce that we were recently able to assist another member of the Police family who came to us for assistance.   Jack, who is aged nine, is the son of a serving Police officer and suffers from ...

SPBF receive generous donation from family of William Scott in his memory.

SPBF receive generous donation from family of William Scott in his memory.
Mr Scott (or Billy or Scotty as he was known to friends and family), aged 90, tragically died after falling into water in the Leith area near Victoria Bridge in December 2018.  Initially reported missing from his home in the Chesser area of the city, an extensive search by Police assisted by members of the ...

How we helped Eythan go for Gold!

How we helped Eythan go for Gold!
We are delighted to announce that following assistance provided by the fund to another worthy cause and member of the Police family, we have enabled a budding sports star of the future to live his dream. Eythan Galloway (13), son of serving Police Officer and dog handler Ryan, suffers from Spinal Muscular Atrophy but has ...

How we helped Maisie (further)

How we helped Maisie (further)
Awhile back the SPBF released a series of short videos in which they explained how they had been able to assist various officers and their families in coping with challenging experiences and situations they were having to deal with. One such family was Alan and Claire Wilkie and their daughter Maisie. SPBF is very pleased ...

SPBF announce new Honorary President

SPBF announce new Honorary President
The Scottish Police Benevolent Fund is pleased to announce that Chief Constable Iain Livingstone QPM, has accepted the boards invitation to become the Funds new Honorary President following his recent appointment as the Chief Constable of Police Scotland. Taking up the position as Honorary President from 1st October, CC Livingstone thanked the board for their ...

£32,000 donation to Police Treatment Centre

£32,000 donation to Police Treatment Centre
The SPBF is delighted to support the Police Treatment Centres‘ £2.5 million redevelopment of Castlebrae. Trustees agreed to donate £32,000 to equip the facilities with 13 new state of the art cardio vascular exercise machines. Watch the video below for a tour of the facilities.    

Carnegie Harriers Donate to SPBF

Carnegie Harriers Donate to SPBF
Dunfermline based running club, Carnegie  Harriers were delighted to make a donation of £820 recently to the Scottish Police Benevolent Fund. This donation was raised from part of the entry fees for the Carnegie Harriers Devilla Forest Trail races held in February. These races start and finish within the grounds of the Scottish Police College ...