Our Stories

Two year old Elsie had been pale, feverish and generally unwell for weeks befor Mum and Dad, Max and Charlotte, were given the terrible news every parent dreads: Elsie had Leukaemia....

Here George Ferguson makes an appeal for much needed funds to help members of the architectural profession who face illness, accident, redundancy, bereavement or other personal...

The ABS recently paid for two boys to go away on a holiday activity course. Following a time of family difficulty it was an enjoyable time for them...

The ABS helped architect Chris Francis financially while he recovered from a severe back injury. He tells his story here to encourage you to support the ABS...“Like most of you, I never...

Guide dogs lead blind people along known routes but when it comes to going to new places they are not much help. The Society purchased a pedestrian sat-nav “trekker” system for former...

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  • Redundancy Support

    If in the current climate you are facing redundancy please see here for more information, including how the ABS can help you.
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    Architects Benevolent Society would like to assure those in the wider architectural community that we are here to help and continue to offer our support services.