Welfare Fund

The NFOP Welfare Fund can provide grants for assistance, on a case by case basis, with the replacement or provision of items to help with changes to an individual’s circumstances, such as:
  • Essential household items
  • Wheelchairs
  • Stairlifts
  • Items designed to assist with disabilities
Welfare Leaflet 2017 (pdf)
Welfare Fund Application Form (pdf)


Making a Donation to the Fund

You can make a donation to the Welfare Fund by completing and returning the donation section on the Welfare Fund Leaflet along with your cheque made out to the NFOP Welfare Fund.


The 1001 Club – monthly draw

The 1001 Club is the Welfare Fund’s own lottery draw, which hands out hundreds of pounds to lucky prize winners every month.
  • Membership costs just £2.00 per month
  • You can pay for 6 or 12 draws
  • All proceeds benefit the Welfare Fund
Every month 50% of the total 1001 Club income is given to the NFOP Welfare Fund for the provision of grants. The remaining 50% makes up the 1001 Club ‘Prize Fund’ and is split across first (50%), second (30%) and third (10%) prize. A 6 month boost (10%) is added to the July or January 1st Prize win.

You can join the 1001 Club by completing the returning the 1001 Club application leaflet along with a cheque for either 6 draws (£12) or 12 draws (£24) made out to the NFOP Welfare Fund.
Click here to download the 1001 Club leaflet


How the Welfare Fund works

The National Federation of Occupational Pensioners’ Welfare Fund is a registered charity (Registered Charity No.1053576). The Fund is administered by four Trustees who are the National Chairman of the Federation, the CEO, plus two Trustees nominated by the National Executive Committee of the Federation. The Trustees are responsible for determining the guidelines, which ensure that the funds are administered appropriately and for appointing the Welfare Committee to deal with claims upon the Fund. The Committee consider each application on its own merits as quickly as possible to minimise delays. The Welfare Fund holds an Annual General Meeting at the NFOP Annual Conference. Eligibility for applicants is membership of NFOP and, retired BT and PO employees.



Committee Secretary: Margaret Plain
You can contact the Committee Secretary via email margaret.plain@nfop.org.uk

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