Our vision 

Our vision is that everyone working in the caravan industry has somewhere to turn in times of need. 

How we help

The NCC Benevolent Fund was established in 1976 by six key industry figures, who saw a need to help those that worked in the industry and had fallen on hard times. Help was provided in the form of one-off grants for essential items such as blankets, food and clothing. 

Over time the Fund has evolved to support even more people working in industry, from one-off grants to respite breaks. 

Our aim is to transform the services that we deliver to provide support in the four core areas of health and wellbeing, to improve financial, emotional and physical wellbeing and reduce social exclusion. This is a big challenge for a small fund, but one that we know will make a real difference to those working, past and present, in the caravan industry.  

You can find out more about how we help on our services page.

Who we help 

If you work or have worked in the caravan industry (or are a dependent of someone who has) for at least 12 months then you may be eligible for our support: 

  • Qualifying trades 
    • Manufacturing, sale, repair or servicing of caravans or leisure vehicles in the UK 
    • Supplier of services to the caravan and leisure vehicle industry in the UK  
    • UK residential or holiday park 
  • You must also be resident in the UK 

Check our full eligibility criteria

The National Caravan Council Benevolent Fund is registered in England and Wales under charity number 271625 at Catherine House, Victoria Road, Aldershot, Hampshire, GU11 1SS. We use cookies to improve your experience using this website.
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