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Closed 20/11/2018

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£790
raised of £500 target by 52 supporters

    Weʼve raised £790 to support the work of WMP Benevolent Fund in helping serving, retired officers & police staff in times of hardship & distress

    Sheldon, Birmingham
    Funded on Tuesday, 20th November 2018

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    Every month West Midlands Police Benevolent Fund offers help and support to its police colleagues suffering from financial hardship or distress. The Fund was set up in 1974, when West Midlands Police was formed, and over the last 10 years it has handed out nearly £1 million in benefits to help serving, officers, police staff and their families.

    This year, some of our members have volunteered to support our vital work by taking part in the Great Birmingham Run on Sunday 14 October.

    We have an incredible team of runners made up of serving and retired officers, police staff, as well as family members and friends of the Benevolent Fund.

    Please support them and their amazing efforts by donating today.

    Your donation will enable the Fund to provide life changing equipment, including mobility aids, to members who have been injured whilst on duty. Donations will also support members diagnosed with a serious illness, recovering from life-changing surgery or coping with a chronic health condition.

    As a police officer we spend most of our professional lives helping the public...but sometimes we need to be cared for too. After 23 years police service, the Benevolent Fund was there for me as my safety blanket, just as officers are there for the public day in day out.

    For more information about WMP Benevolent Fund visit www.wmpben.co.uk

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    • WMP Benevolent Fund2 years ago
      WMP Benevolent Fund

      WMP Benevolent Fund

      2 years ago

      Our Ben Fund runners put the ‘GREAT’ into the Simply Health Great Birmingham Run yesterday, Sunday 14 October, when they battled the torrential rain to accomplish the half marathon. With over 11,000 people taking part we were keen to spot our amazing runners as they crossed the finishing line and thank them for their incredible efforts. You were all truly magnificent, well done, thank you and see you next year to do it all again!

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    Supporters

    52

    • anna perring

      anna perring

      Oct 20, 2018

      Thanks for the support from my work colleagues who have donated towards this amount. Bless you. xxx

      £150.00

    • Julian Holt

      Julian Holt

      Oct 16, 2018

      Well done guys and girls, great effort.

      £10.00

    • Nikki Jones

      Nikki Jones

      Oct 15, 2018

      Well done Pete you smashed it x

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Oct 15, 2018

      Congratulations for a worthwhile cause.

      £10.00

    • Emma Boulton

      Emma Boulton

      Oct 15, 2018

      Well done Sall

      £20.00

    • anna perring

      anna perring

      Oct 15, 2018

      Good work Anna. From Joe and Graham

      £10.00

    • Team Holt

      Team Holt

      Oct 14, 2018

      Well done Andy xx

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    WMP Benevolent Fund

    WMP Benevolent Fund

    Sheldon, Birmingham

    Every month WMP Benevolent Fund offers support to its police colleagues suffering from financial hardship or distress. The Fund was set up in 1974 and over the last 10 years it has handed out £1 million in benefits to help serving and retired officers, police staff and families.

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