iprovision (The Institute of Public Relations Benevolent Fund)

iprovision gives support to Chartered Institute of Public Relations current and former members and their families. Support can be financial or advice for members and their families who have hit hard times, often because of illness disability or unemployment.

The charity provides:

  • grants to meet specific needs
  • help with respite care or care break costs
  • repayable grants in exceptional circumstances.

In addition to financial support, iprovision gives specific help and advice to suit the situation. It uses a dedicated employment specialist and signposts to other specialist organisations.

Last updated on 6 January 2020

Who is eligible?

Chartered Institute of Public Relations members and former members (of at least five years) and their families.

How to apply?

Email or phone us for an initial conversation.

In the next step you will be asked to complete a short application form. iprovision is independent of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations or any other body. No information provided is shared with them or any other party. Confidentiality and data protection are considered at all times.

The Trustees meet every three months and give full consideration to every application.  A sub group considers urgent enquiries between meetings. 

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