The National Emergency Services Memorial was founded by Tom Scholes-Fogg in Autumn 2016.

Objects of The NESM:

1: The promotion of good citizenship for the public benefit, through the provision and maintenance of a permanent national memorial for emergency service personnel in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland who have served or been killed in the course of their emergency service duties by honouring them with a national monument to act as a national symbol of gratitude for their service to the Crown and people of Britain and as a place of commemoration.

2: The promotion of good citizenship and the effectiveness and efficiency of the Emergency Services for the public benefit, by the promotion of an annual Emergency Services Day in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to encourage people to act responsibly so as to minimise the risk of using the Emergency Services and Emergency Services resources, and as a way of encouraging the public to consider volunteering in a wide range of capacities such as Special Constables and NHS Community Responders.

 

The National Emergency Services Memorial is a registered charity in England and Wales (1172996) and registered with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs.