Force for Good returns! Apply Now!

Back for the autumn, we're reopening our application window for Septembers edition of our community sponsorship initiative.

Throughout September, we're reopening the application window of our Force for Good community sponsorship initiative, giving Officers, Staff and their family members the opportunity to nominate a local good cause close to their hearts. 

Force for Good has already helped over 150 community projects around the UK. Here are just a few of the great causes we supported earlier this year:

  • Nominated by Sharon Roberts, Retired Officer, Thames Valley Police: Bicester Food Bank
    We donated £300 to Bicester Food Bank to help to continue their fantastic work in providing food packages for disadvantaged families around Bicester.

    'Thank you Police Mutual for your generous donation of £300! Your money will go towards a new upright freezer, helping us to store perishables and minimise wastage, and continue to be a vital resource for those less fortunate families in the Bicester area.'
  • Inclusion ProjectNominated by Ian Moulson, Serving Staff, Jersey Police:
    Jersey Youth Service received a donation of £200 to help with their ongoing costs of running various clubs and schemes supporting children aged 11-25 with varying needs and disabilities.

    'We are so grateful for the donation from Force for Good, which has allowed us to take 17 of our young people away for a highly enjoyable evening of bush craft and shelter building. The donation allowed us to open the invitation to the entire group as there was no cost attached.'

  • Nominated by Heidi Morse, Retired Officer, Avon and Somerset Police:
    We gave £500 to the table tennis club in St Audries to help buy them a brand new table. The club helps newly retired police officers keep fit and catch up on the old times.

    'Our superb new table tennis table has been a great boost to our club! Thank you very much Police Mutual, we appreciate all the help provided in our rural community.'

  • Nominated by Lynne Cooper, Serving Officer, Dorset Police: Trekkers Camp
    Trekkers camp received £500 to help with their completely volunteer-led activity camp, giving physically disabled adults between the ages of 30-60 the opportunity to take part in activities they would not normally have access to.

    'A huge thanks to Police Mutual and Force for Good for their generous donation to trekkers camp. Their help provided us transport for 30 of our disabled members on their Captain Pugwash themed week of fun and activities!'


If you've got a community project you'd like to nominate for up to £1,000 funding from the Police Mutual Foundation, the Force for Good application window is open again until 30 September 2016 - to apply visit our dedicated Force for Good page.

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