PISC - CIC - Security
PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre advises all donors to be aware of hoax phone calls, scam emails and website pages or bogus collectors deceiving people into donating on the premise that their donation will be going to PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre in Wrexham.
Ukrainian donation advice
Over the last few months, we have been overwhelmed and inspired by the generosity of so many people donating to our Ukrainian Donations. Unfortunately, in times of the Ukrainian War Conflict, some individuals take advantage of this generosity with fake fundraisers and scams. We encourage everyone to be vigilant and careful about where they donate their stuff and money.
The safest way to donate to the Ukrainian Recovery Fund is directly through the PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre website.
Many celebrities, community groups, businesses and other organisations are running fundraisers to raise money for PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre. Here are some things to look out for when donating to these fundraisers:
Registered fundraisers will have a personalised online page where supporters can make a donation, and the authority to fundraise on our behalf.
While we are not affiliated with crowdfunding sites like GoFundMe and Facebook fundraisers, they do offer guarantees in instances where the funds are not delivered to the intended recipient.
If you have any concerns about these fundraisers, please call 0752 362 7826 – PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre.
General donation advice
We will only phone you if you have already expressed an interest in PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre, if we have a particular question about your donation, or if you have opted in to be contacted to hear more information from charities like PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre. Our donors are important to us and we respect your right to privacy.
Although charities are exempt from the “do not call” register, we keep our own records to ensure we are meeting the wishes of those who tell us they don’t wish to be contacted.
If you have received a phone call from someone claiming to be from or acting on behalf of PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre and you are not convinced that the call is legitimate, our advice would be to ask the name of the agency the person is calling from, then hang up and contact PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre on 0752 362 7826.
PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre does not send unsolicited email to the public requesting donations.
If you receive an unsolicited email alleging to be on behalf of PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre or collecting for PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre, immediately delete the message and do not forward or otherwise circulate it.
Do not respond to these messages or provide any personal details to unsolicited email that you may receive.
Only make an online donation to an PISC-CIC Polish Integration Support Centre appeal on this website.
Donating online is secure and safe, but you should be as vigilant when donating online as you would be when using internet banking.
To check site security at the donations page, look for the security padlock on your browser page (often located in the address bar). Double-clicking on the padlock will show the security certificate information issued by Thawte verifying the identity of the site as https://pisccharity.co.uk
For more information, contact us on 0752 362 7826.
Polish Integration Support Centre
Unit C6, Eagles Meadow,
Wrexham, LL13-8DJ, United Kingdom