We receive funding from the Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner through the supporting victims fund however we need additional funding to ensure all victims of crime receive an enhanced service and to ensure the future growth and sustainability of the charity.
Donate & Fundraising
How your money can help
£3 will help to train and support our volunteers to provide an exceptional level of care to victims of crime
£5 can help us to provide a victim of burglary with practical security measures to make them feel safer in their home
£10 can help us to support a victim fleeing domestic violence to start a new life away from danger.
Larger donations can help us provide ongoing training to our co-ordinators and volunteers to enable them to continue to support and reach as many victims of crime in the Northumberland and Tyne and Wear area as possible.
Fundraising for Victims First Northumbria
There are lots of ways you can fundraise for Victims First Northumbria.
You could run a marathon or do a hike, you could hold a tea party or bake sale, or put on a show or a quiz night, dress up as a furry animal or as your favourite superhero. Pretty much anything you fancy really. We can help out with some of the things you might need such as collection tins, sashes, sponsor forms and such like. You can download a sponsorship form here VFN Sponsorship Form
You can do it on your own or with friends or colleagues or you could get in touch to see how you can volunteer or help out and raise money for our next fundraising event.
Contact Danni Wylde at Danielle.firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0800 011 3116 or 01914373212 for more information on how you can get involved and help us support victims of crime across the region.
A gift in your Will could do something amazing
Leaving a gift in you Will
If you would like to include a gift to Victims First Northumbria in your Will it is easier than you might think. Your donation will help us provide vital support to vulnerable victims of crime, helping them on their journey to recovery.
We always recommend that you ask a solicitor or other legally qualified professional to prepare your Will. To find a solicitor who can help, visit the Law Society’s Find a Solicitor website and use the quick search option “Wills and probate” to find your nearest solicitor.
We understand that your Will is private to you but if you would like to let us know that you have included a gift to Victims First Northumbria, please contact us on email@example.com
Information for funeral directors
Information for Funeral Directors
If you are a Funeral Director and are paying in donations from a recent funeral, then you can send the donations in by cheque, online donatation platform or contact us on 0800 011 3116
Collections at funerals
Many people arrange collections at funerals as a way to give in memory of a loved one. You can make your donations by cheque or online by visiting our online donation platform If you provide us with the details of a loved one, we will contact the family regarding the donation and how this will help us provide support to vulnerable victims.