The NFRC Bereavement Support Fund

The NFRC Bereavement Support Fund was established to support families of members of the roofing community who have sadly died from Covid-19.

The Fund has grants of up to £2,000, per family, available to the next-of-kin of an employee of a NFRC Trade Member company who has died from Covid-19.

The NFRC Charitable Trust has funding for 100 grants and will allocate this on a first-come, first-served, basis unless the charity can raise further funds.

Last updated on 15 July 2020

Who is eligible?

The Fund is open to the next of kin, or a designated family member, of an employee of a UK-based National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC) Trade Member company, who has died of Covid-19.

The individual would have:

  • Been a full-time employee of the member company, or

  • For a minimum of two years, been a self-employed sub-contractor of the member company for a minimum of two years.

The Fund will remain open for the entire duration of the emergency response to the Covid-19 pandemic, as defined by H.M. Government, and for six months following this.

Family members can apply for support for up to one year after the death of the individual concerned. In exceptional circumstances the Trustees may consider exemptions to these timeframes.
 

How to apply?

To apply for NFRC Bereavement Support Fund, please send an email to: grants@NFRCtrust.org.uk or call 0203 940 0072 to request an application form.

You will need to return this completed form together with:

  • A copy of the Death Certificate or a doctor’s note to confirm the cause of death was a direct result of Covid-19.

  • Details of employment with NFRC Trade Member company.

  • Proof of kinship by applicant, for example, a marriage certificate, grant of probate or letter of administration.

The charity replies to all enquiries, whether or not it can help.

Contact details

NFRC Charitable Trust
31 Worship Street
London
EC2A 2DY
Telephone: 0203 940 0072
Email: info@NFRCtrust.org.uk
Web: https://www.nfrc.co.uk/charitable-trust

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