The charity in memory of Pc Nicola Hughes will help children who have lost a close family member as a result of violent crime.
Ten police officers are taking part in a 110 mile charity walk across Greater Manchester in memory of PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone.
In an open letter, Chairman Ian Hanson says the past few weeks have been the most challenging in the force's history
Bryn Hughes' daughter along with her colleague Fiona Bone were shot by Dale Cregan after he'd called them to a hoax burglarly. Nicola's father and some of the officer's colleagues will brave temperatures as low as minus 37degrees celsius when he attempts the North Pole Marathon next year.
Bryn Hughes is hoping to complete the North Pole marathon to raise money in her memory.
The father of PC Nicola Hughes who was shot whilst on duty told us he's overwhelmed at the support he's receiving for his North Pole marathon.
Bryn Hughes's daughter Nicola and PC Fiona Bone were shot dead by Dale Cregan when they were responding to a hoax burglary call. Bryn will brave temperatures as low as -37C when he attempts the challenge next April.
All the money raised will go to: the North West Police Benevolent Fund, and Care of Police Survivors, which look after current and retired officers and their families when they are in need, and Victim Support, which assists victims of crime.
Tonight an event to raise money for the marathon will be held in Saddleworth at the Swan pub in Dobcross. Stuart Littleford from the Saddleworth News has arranged a screening of 'Kes" and appearance from Billy Casper himself Dai Bradley.
A charity match will be held today for the families of the two female PCs killed attending a routine call.
PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone were killed in Hattersley in September. Today a team of their fellow officers from Greater Manchester Police will take on a team of ex-Manchester City stars.
The match at Hyde United FC will kick off at 14,30 with proceeds going to the families of the two PCs.
Officers and staff old and new will get peddling for charity as part of an event to raise money in memory of PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone.
Eighty people who are both serving and retired officers and staff will be taking part in the event from Buxton Police Station to GMP Force Headquarters on 9 November 2012.
A football match will be played to raise money for the families of PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone, who were shot dead in September. A team of ex-Manchester City stars will take on members of Greater Manchester Police ay Hyde FC later this month.
A 33 year old man from the Isle of Man has been charged with criminal damage following an investigation into graffiti that was daubed on a garage door in Castletown in the early hours of Saturday morning.
The graffiti allegedly made reference to murdered Greater Manchester police officers. PC Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes. Fiona, lived on the island before moving to Manchester, was shot dead along with her colleague while on duty in September.
The man will appear at Douglas Courthouse on Monday 22nd October 2012.
Police on the Isle of Man say they've discovered offensive graffiti about the deaths of two police officers and are searching for the offender.
The graffiti found on a garage door near a property on the south of the island also referred to the Hillsborough disaster.
Fiona Bone, who lived on the island before moving to Manchester, was killed along with colleague PC Nicola Hughes while on duty in September.
Dale Cregan, 29, has been charged with their murders and two others. The graffiti included Mr Cregan's name.
Police say they've asked one media outlet to take down a picture which showed the damage from their website "out of respect to victims’ families and the aggrieved party in respect of the damage caused this morning."