IAN “JACKO” JACKSON WELFARE FUND MISSION STATEMENT
Retired Detective Sergeant Ian “Jacko” Jackson (AFP4054) served in the Australian Federal Police from 1985 to 2001. During this time, he experienced many aspects of policing and was an active member across the ACT and National regions.
Ian, or Jacko as most people called him, was a founding member of the AFPVA and the welfare of its members was a priority to him. During the bushfires in early 2020, Jacko was instrumental in creating a Welfare Fund to support members in need. Following his sudden death in September 2021, the AFPVA named its Welfare Fund in his honor.
Together with his wife, Heather, the AFPVA is honored to continue the work he started and support former Australian Federal Police officers and their families when they are in need. AFP Veterans have dedicated their careers to caring for our community and it is important to recognise this service and give them the support they need.
— Mission —
Supporting those that served the community.
— Vision —
Ensuring AFPVA members and their families are fully supported during their time of need.
The Ian “Jacko” Jackson Welfare fund is for AFPVA members and their families. It aims to provide relief and assistance to AFP Veterans, sworn and unsworn, and their families who are in need or experiencing loss, hardship, or distress.
All donations are tax-deductible.
HOW TO DONATE
Donations to the Ian “Jacko” Jackson Welfare Fund are always welcome. Donations can be made by direct deposit into the Welfare Fund account:
Please use the Reference: “Welfare” and Surname and ID No (optional)
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Account Name: Australian Federal Police Veterans Association Incorporated
Account No: 10846241