Helping Police families in need

Queensland Police Legacy is an important charity to many in the Queensland Police Family.

The Queensland Police Legacy Scheme is currently supporting 54 families consisting of 39 families of deceased Queensland Police officers, 12 families of serving Queensland Police officers whose spouse has passed away and 3 Queensland Police families where a parent is suffering a terminal illness.

Queensland Police Legacy is meeting the educational expenses of 84 dependent children of whom 21 are studying at university, 8 are studying at TAFE, 5 are on a gap year, 22 are in secondary schooling, 23 are in primary schooling and prep and 5 are under school age.

It is thanks to members like you and your generous support that the Queensland Police Legacy can continue to provide ongoing support to these families and their children.

Remember, contributing members can claim donations made to Queensland Police Legacy via the QPS Payroll System or otherwise as a deductable charitable donation when lodging their 2017/2018 tax return.  All donations of $2 and over are tax deductible.

More information can be found at

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