Our Stories

Ian, a successful chartered Architect, was involved in an accident which changed his life forever. As someone who loves the outdoor life, Ian regularly pursued his interests of cycling,...

Andy was involved in a freak accident that very nearly cost him his life. He suffered horrendous burns after fumes ignited by a fire pit engulfed him at a family birthday celebration....

When Bela and Olen Howden tragically lost their parents and youngest sibling in a car accident, the Architects Benevolent Society was there to help them rebuild their lives.

Bela...

My name is Max Everett. I was 17 when my father died. I went to nearby Sheffield University to study Architectural Technology partly so that I could be close to support my mother and...

My name is Colin McAlister. In October 2008, after fifteen years as an Architectural Technician with over ten years at the same practice, I found myself suddenly out of work. The...

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