The National Caravan Council Benevolent Fund

The National Caravan Council Benevolent Fund provides one-off grants to support people working (or who have worked) in the caravan and leisure vehicle industry, who are in need of financial support.

The charity helps people working across all areas, including manufacturing, distribution and holiday/residential parks.

What grants are given for

The charity funds items such as:

  • Essential household items such as washing machine, fridge or cookers 
  • Funeral expenses
  • Essential travel costs
  • Priority bills
  • Home adaptations
  • Essential home repairs
  • Essential medical equipment.

Grants are given via supplier of goods/services or by giving items rather than money.

Last updated on 8 April 2019

Who is eligible?

Anyone experiencing financial difficulty, who currently works or has worked in the caravan and leisure vehicle industry, including manufacturing, distribution and holiday/residential parks.

Exclusions

The charity doesn't give grants to help with bankruptcy, fines, private school fees or non-essential bills.

 

How to apply?

Applications can be made directly by the individual in need or a family member.

Download and complete the application form from the National Caravan Council website - and send to info@nccbf.org.uk to apply for a grant.

You can also contact the charity for an application form.

Documents needed

  • Proof of employment

  • Quotes or copies of bills

  • Medical notes (if applicable)

  • Bank statements.

Application process

Applications are looked at as soon as they are received.

Applications take less than two weeks to process.

The charity replies to all applicants, whether or not they are able to give a grant.

 

Other information

The charity also provides respite break or a family holiday for people that would not normally be able to afford to go on a holiday. 

Contact details

The NCC Benevolent Fund
Catherine House, Victoria Road
Aldershot
Hampshire
GU11 1SS
Email: info@nccbf.org.uk
Web: https://www.nccbenevolentfund.org.uk