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The Bank Workers Charity

Find out about the Bank Workers Charity (BWC), who support thousands of people from the banking community every year.

Bank Workers Charity

BWC help current and former bank workers and their families in the UK. They provide advice, expert support, and in some cases, financial assistance. The charity is independent of banks and their services are free and confidential.

How can BWC help?

Financial assistance: including short term general living expenses, funeral costs or disability aids.

Mental health support: providing access to specialist services such as counselling or other therapies.

Caring responsibilities: helping carers find out how to access financial, legal and practical support.

Disability and long-term conditions: giving personalised support and advice, referral to further specialist advice and local support organisations.

Legal advice: connecting to legal experts for a telephone consultation on home or work-related issues.

Debt and money management: helping with checking your benefit entitlements and ways to improve money management.

Housing: giving support and guidance on issues such as equity release, repossession and eviction.

Contact BWC

If you’re a current or former bank worker, it’s always worth contacting BWC to find out how they can help you.

You can speak to an advisor by calling: 0800 0234 834 from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday except bank holidays.

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