Coronavirus Appeal

While the National Emergencies Trust is no longer actively raising funds for this Appeal, you are still welcome to donate to it. All funds raised will continue to support those impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, all over the UK.

Thank you for your generosity.

Creating Change Together

Our latest Appeal update shows how our Allocations Committee, Equity Scrutiny Group and independent grant assessors have been working together to ensure funds reach all those who need them, efficiently and equitably.

Coronavirus Appeal Funding Partners

From August 2020 we started to distribute £12million in Coronavirus Appeal funds to a range of new charity partners, including LGBT+ Consortium Helpline Alliance and disability support network, DPO COVID-19 Coalition.

Supporting Hard Hit BAME Communities

There is a clear and pressing need to ensure that emergency funding reaches those from these hardest-hit communities. Since the launch of the Coronavirus Appeal, we’ve worked hard to put in place a range of measures to ensure this happens.

Coronavirus Appeal

The National Emergencies Trust is no longer actively raising funds for this Appeal, you are still welcome to donate to it. All funds raised will continue to support those impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, all over the UK.

Thank you for your generosity.

Creating Change Together

Our latest Appeal update shows how our Allocations Committee, Equity Scrutiny Group and independent grant assessors have been working together to ensure funds reach all those who need them, efficiently and equitably.

Coronavirus Appeal Funding Partners

From August 2020 we started to distribute £12million in Coronavirus Appeal funds to a range of new charity partners, including LGBT+ Consortium Helpline Alliance and disability support network, DPO COVID-19 Coalition.

Supporting Hard Hit BAME Communities

There is a clear and pressing need to ensure that emergency funding reaches those from these hardest-hit communities. Since the launch of the Coronavirus Appeal, we’ve worked hard to put in place a range of measures to ensure this happens.

Welcome to the National Emergencies Trust

 

The National Emergencies Trust will collaborate with charities and other bodies to raise and distribute money and support victims at the time of a domestic disaster.

Victims often find it difficult to know who to turn to in the tragic aftermath of a national emergency. The Trust will be there for those victims to facilitate a single point of contact to apply for help with a simple application process. Financial awards can be made to victims quickly and efficiently, avoiding the bureaucracy of multiple applications. It should also help use money more effectively and minimise fraud.

About Us

 

Collaborating with charities and other bodies to raise and distribute money and support victims at the time of a domestic disaster.

“Our Aim is Simple but Vital. To be an independent body that is trusted to work together with others raising and distributing funds fairly and efficiently at a time of a domestic disaster.”

 

Lord Dannatt GCB, CBE, MC, DL

Chairman

The National Emergencies Trust

Board of Trustees

 

Meet the Board of Trustees and Senior Leadership Team that are responsible for the strategic direction of The National Emergencies Trust

Our Mission

 

Harnessing the nation’s generosity to support those affected by a national emergency at their time of greatest need.

 

Corporate Supporters

 

Our Partners support The National Emergencies Trust in kind by providing access to commercial and professional services on a pro-bono basis; through staff secondment and access to volunteers; or by making financial contributions to cover our operating costs.

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