The Chartered Institute of Building Benevolent Fund

The Chartered Institute of Building Benevolent Fund (CIOB) provides a service of practical advice, information and financial assistance for past and present CIOB members and their dependant families worldwide.

Grants may be given to help with:

  • General household bills, clothing and essential household items
  • Essential travel to work
  • Short-term, skills-based training.

See the Chartered Institute of Building Benevolent Fund website for more information on eligibility and what grants are given for.

Please note: The Fund can only help people who are past or present CIOB members and their dependents.

Last updated on 16 July 2019

Who is eligible?

Chartered Institute of Building members (past and present) and their dependent families who are in financial need.

See the Chartered Institute of Building Benevolent Fund website for more information on eligibility and what grants are given for.

What we can't help with

  • Membership fees
  • Medical treatment
  • Legal costs
  • Business-related costs
  • Educational costs
  • Personal or business debts
  • Purchase of motor vehicles
  • Home improvements.

Please note: The Fund can only help people who are past or present CIOB members and their dependents.

How to apply?

Call us to speak to our welfare advisor. Alternatively download an application form from the Chartered Institute of Building Benevolent Fund website, which you can complete offline and then send to us as an email attachment.

See the Chartered Institute of Building Benevolent Fund website for more information on eligibility and what grants are given for.

We aim to resolve every application as speedily as possible. We usually make a decision within a few weeks, sometimes within days.

 

Contact details

The Secretary, CIOB Benevolent Fund
1 Arlington Square, Downshire Way,
Bracknell
Berkshire
RG12 1WA
Telephone: 01344 630780
Email: fmacdonald@ciob.org.uk
Web: http://www.ciob.org/about/ciob-benevolent-fund

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