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 ...

Charity Ice Hockey Match

Charity Ice Hockey Match
Fundraiser for Police Benevolent Fund being held at Braehead Arena on Saturday 29 November where the Police Scotland and the UK Firefighter’s Ice Hockey Teams will Face Off at 4pm. Please try to support this event which is being held as part of the Clutha Memorial Evening.

Donating

SPBF has opened 2 new ways of donating. You can donate online at http://www.justgiving.com/spbf Or by Texting SPBF13 £1 / £2  / £5 /£10 to 70070

Helicopter Crash

Helicopter Crash
The Scottish Police Benevolent Fund wish to extend sincere condolences to the families of all those who have lost loved ones in this tragic incident. Our thoughts and sympathies are with them and also with the friends and colleagues who knew them at this very difficult time. We also wish to recognise the efforts of ...