TBF phone lines down
If you have been trying to call the office, please note our phonelines are currently down. Please be aware, the TBF is still working 100% remotely this means the office is un-manned and no calls can be taken at this time, regardless.
To contact us, please email email@example.com or use the contact us forms on the website.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding.
Due to the Coronavirus, TBF has implemented an expanded work from home policy for office staff. During this time, TBF will endeavour to operate to its fullest potential, however, with limited resources and no access to the office, requests will take longer to process. TBF is unable to manage any telephone calls and any contact should be made via email.
TBF has also taken the step of stopping its Organisers (staff who visit Depots and garages) from attending all public transport sites. If any public transport employee wants to join TBF they still can via the TBF website.
TBF’s priority is to help members experiencing financial hardship for a period of two-weeks or more as a result of reduced pay/wages or reduced hours due to no work as well as helping with requests that meet the normal criteria for sickness.
... helping to make a difference
The Transport Benevolent Fund CIO is a charity supporting those who work in the public transport industry in Great Britain when they are in need, hardship or distress.
Almost anyone who works in the industry may join TBF and be eligible for help.
For just £1 a week we offer a wide range of financial, health and welfare benefits to the member, their partner and dependent children.
"I appreciate everything that you have done for me. It has made a great difference to us over the previous months and everyone I have spoken with at the TBF has always been very helpful and friendly. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart and wish you all well in the future".
TBF member from Herne Bay