CWU NATIONAL WELFARE FUND

CWU NATIONAL WELFARE FUND
Please find below the branch breakdown of CWU National Welfare Fund donations which were made in 2016.
BRANCH
REASON
AMOUNT
Bristol & District Amal
Illness
£1,000
Bristol & District Amal
Domestic
£1,000
Capital
Illness
£850
Colchester & District
Illness
£600
Croydon & Sutton Amal
Domestic
£300
East London Postal
Illness
£1,000
East Midlands
Illness
£1,000
Eastern No. 5
Illness
£1,000
Glasgow & District Amal
Domestic
£1,000
Gloucestershire Amal
Domestic
£1,000
Great Western
Domestic
£530
Greater Mersey & South West Lancashire
Illness
£1,000
Greater Mersey & South West Lancashire
Illness
£700
London Parcels & Stations Amal
Illness
£1,000
Mersey
Bereavement
£1,000
Newcastle Amal
Domestic
£1,000
Newcastle Amal
Illness
£500
Northern Ireland Combined
Illness
£1,000
Portsmouth & District Postal
Domestic
£1,000
Romford Amal
Domestic
£750
South Central Postal
Bereavement
£1,000
South Central Postal
Illness
£1,000
South Wales
Illness
£1,000
 
Total
£20,230
Also in order to assist Branches with making claims please find attached all the relevant information and paperwork.
Any enquiries regarding this LTB should be addressed to the Senior Deputy General Secretary’s Department on telephone number 020 8971 7237 or email address sdgs@cwu.org.
Yours sincerely,
 
TONY KEARNS
SENIOR DEPUTY GENERAL SECRETARY
Email Attachments – Click to download
LTB 156/17 – CWU National Welfare Fund

Welfare Fund Regulations

Contacts for Support & Advice

Welfare Fund Application Form

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