Band of Builders helps those who work within the UK construction industry, their families and dependants who are faced with life changing or limiting circumstances such as ill health or disability in a number of ways.
Band of Builders considers applications from people in need of assistance who work, or have worked, within the construction industry and trades or associated to construction trades, such as merchants and manufacturers who are allied to trades occupations. We will also accept applications from family members of people who work or have worked within the construction industry, in the trades or associated to trades. Unfortunately we are unable to consider applications from people who are not able to show a direct occupational link to the construction industry.
If you are unsure whether you are eligible for our help, please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Help can involve a practical project from something as simple as the installation of a ramp to improve accessibility to full home renovations or landscaping projects. The charity’s experienced team will carry out a full assessment to agree on a scope of works, ensuring that practical assistance makes a real difference to the beneficiary.
In order for your application to be considered, please find below our application criteria:
If you would like to apply for a practical project, please complete the application form here.
To be considered for assistance you will be required to fill in a full application form with disclosure of financial and personal information. We will use the information you submit in this form to assess whether you may be eligible for assistance from Band of Builders.
Please understand that requests for help are assessed based on a clear set of criteria and must comply with Band of Builders’ charitable objectives and fall within our capacity. Sadly, we are not able to help in all cases.
For any queries, please email email@example.com
This has made a huge difference to us - the extra space means I’ve even got my dining room table back so we can finally eat together as a family again. This really has changed everything.
We’re all so grateful and excited that these guys are travelling from all over the country to help us. We feel blessed. Pippa’s oblivious to it all at the moment but one day she’ll be able to look back and see all the people who went out of their way to help her.