We need your help.

Why donate to PVV?

Our organisation is funded entirely from the generosity of serving police, the public and corporates who recognise the contributions made by veterans throughout their service to the community; often with lifelong consequences. 

Much like defence, police veterans experience a range of issues such as homelessness, financial hardship, PTSD, depression, anxiety, and alcohol misuse. Unlike defence, PVV do not receive state or federal government funding.

While Victoria Police continue to support veterans through the Wellbeing Services team and EAP, PVV plays an important, supplementary role that runs in parallel to professional services such as Responder Assist (fee for service model). Other support services like Blue Hub are only available to serving members.

Ways to support us

There are many ways to support PVV’s mission.

  • One-off donation
  • Regular donations
  • If you are run a business, consider buying a table at our Corporate Luncheon on 9 June 2023
  • Consider adding PVV as a beneficiary in your will.

All donations over $2 are tax deductible.

To make a donation you can either make a Direct Deposit or EFT Transfer or by Debit/Credit Card by filling out the form below.

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Account Name: Police Veterans Victoria Inc.
BSB: 704 230
Account Number: 100634946


If you are considering making a bequest please contact PVV via email at contact@policevetertansvic.org.au.


Victoria Police members

Police Veterans Victoria  is  grateful for the support from all of our supporters. Through their generosity, we are able to provide  support to our veterans and their families.

If you are a member of the Victoria Police and would like to make a regular contribution to us through the payroll system, simply download and complete the Authority to Deduct form and send to your payroll officer.

Alternatively, you can set up a regular electronic transfer from your bank account. Download the Authority to Deduct form.

All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible. The ATO will accept records such as your bank statement, payslip or payment summary as evidence of your donation, so remember to claim it at tax time.