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CABE Benevolent Fund

Click to apply for COVID-19 Emergency Funding 

For all non-COVID-19 related applications to CABE Benevolent Fund

CABE Benevolent Fund is there to assist CABE members, retired members and their family members, or dependants, in times of hardship. If you are having financial difficulty for example:

  • unemployment due to injury or illness
  • your home is damaged or needs modifications due to a disability
  • your family separates or you are bereaved,

CABE Benevolent fund can assist you. They can also offer advice and provide contact details of other organisations or services who may be able to provide the services required. 

If you would like to apply for funding specific to the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit our COVID-19 Benevolent Fund page.


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How does the fund help?

The fund can assist you in the need through a variety of financial endowments or plans in order to help you make ends meet. This may come in the form of a specific sum to relieve distress or hardship, a grant or allowance for medical treatment or care, periodic allowances to ease hardship or a loan to meet a specific or temporary need. Find out more about how we can help you by reading our guidance notes.


How does the fund operate?

The CABE Benevolent Fund is an independent, registered charity founded in 1963 as the ‘IAAS Benevolent Fund’. The Fund is administered under a Scheme approved by the Charity Commissioners which provides for the appointment of Trustees who are members of CABE.

The fund is kept running by the generous donations and legacies of CABE members, as well as some fundraising activities carried out by both the Association and its members.

Meet the Trustees

Michael Wadood

Rhys Taylor

Arwel Griffith

Robert Biggs

Beryl Menzies

Jayne Hall

Reg Charity Number 232114