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Sussex Police Charitable Trust

Sussex Police Charitable Trust is here to offer a helping hand to Sussex Police officers, staff, special constables, pensioners and dependant family members in their hour of need.
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Registered Charity Number 257564


Ever felt like the rug has been pulled from under you and not sure who to turn to or what to do?  

We can help when you're experiencing problems. With a little understanding, and advice on what to do, many members are able to tackle their situation and turn things around for the better. If there's a financial impact, we may also be able to help with grants and interest free loans. If you need rest and recuperation, SPCT own a bungalow in Dorset that members can use, free of charge.

How To Join SPCT

To access support you must be a member. Please click here to join.

"The Sussex Police Charitable Trust have been amazing. The Trust Adviser offered great support and has really made what was, and continues to be, a very stressful time for us a lot easier. The Trust has spent considerable funds in support of our family and are always there offering help with seemingly little things such as assistance through other organisations. They are there for all of us that work for Sussex Police - If you're not a member I really recommend you join. We are very lucky to have this level of support here at Sussex Police.”

If you or a dependent family member are experiencing a problem, however large or small, you can contact us for confidential* advice and support. 

Call on 101 ext 540703


Or write to us at:

Sussex Police Charitable Trust
Malling House
Church Lane
East Sussex

"The help I received from the Trust was invaluable. They were quick to respond to my request and treated me as an individual."

*A common law duty of confidence exists between Trust Adviser and client. Confidentiality would only be compromised in the most exceptional circumstances, such as:

  • The client gives explicit consent
  • The breach is to prevent harm to anyone
  • A legal duty overrides

Wherever possible we will always seek to discuss any concern directly with you before taking any such action.


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