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154% rise in numbers helped by Ben Fund

The number of ICE members supported by the ICE Benevolent Fund has increased by 154% after a new range of self-development workshops and an online well-being portal was introduced.

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Benevolent Fund has stepped up assistance programme

The workshops and portal were launched as part of the Benevolent Fund’s aim to reach out and connect with more civil engineers globally.

The increase in members supported was revealed in the Benevolent Fund’s first review and impact report, which outlines how members benefit from its services.

The Fund marked its 150th anniversary in 2014 with a new brand, website and a suite of new services.

“Our objectives were to support more ICE members with services that are relevant and demonstrate our commitment to our members’ lifelong well-being and development,” said Benevolent Fund chief executive officer Kris Barnett.

 “I’m delighted that an ever increasing number of members are accessing our resources and feeling the benefit. One hundred per cent of members’ donations go towards helping members in need – thank you to everyone who donates and supports us.”

  • Find out more at: www.icebenfund.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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