Our Stories

“My husband Gordon worked for a local authority for many years and then around 1985 was made redundant following sweeping changes.

Soon after qualifying, Andrew developed a brain tumour and became paralysed. During surgery he suffered a cardiac arrest and other complications. He walked into hospital and left in a...

“Like most small practitioners, work comes in peaks and troughs and it was my misfortune to develop MS in my early 40s, at the worst of times. Unable to walk and in a parlous financial...

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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.
  • Here when you need us

    Click here for housing advice, financial assistance, mental health support or legal guidance. Architects Benevolent Society are here to help!
  • ABS Covid-19 Response

    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.