The Journalists' Charity
Previously known as the Newspaper Press Fund, the Journalists' Charity makes grants to working, retired and former journalists working across all media sectors.
Disability Rights UK
Disability Rights UK was formed in January 2012 through the merger of Disability Alliance, National Centre for Independent Living (NCIL) and the Royal Association for Disability Rights (Radar). Disability Rights UK is the leading charity of its kind in Britain, run by and for people with experience of disability or poor health.
Leicester Charity Link
Formally the Leicester Charity Organisation Society which was set up in 1876 to help alleviate widespread poverty in Leicestershire. It now offers expert help to people in Leicestershire and Rutland seeking charitable grants.
George Viner Memorial Fund Trust
The fund was set up by the NUJ to address the lack of Black and Asian journalists in the UK media. It supports British Black and Asian students through the training they need to gain employment in the media. The fund helps provide course fees, books or travel payments.
The Printing Charity
The Printing Charity, formerly known as the Printers’ Charitable Corporation, is the second-oldest trade charity in the country, dating back to the early 19th century. Today, it extends help to all parts of the modern graphic arts and communications sector.
The Book Trade Charity
The Book Trade Charity offers practical, emotional and financial support to anyone who works or has worked in the book trade as well as their dependants.
Grace Wyndham Goldie BBC Trust Fund
Offers help to those engaged in broadcasting, now or in the past, and their dependants.
Supports children, young people and adults with a range of disabilities. It is one of Scotland’s leading disability organisations, providing a diverse range of services including community living, day and residential care, respite/short breaks, family support and activities.
National charity working to end domestic violence against women and children. Supports a network of more than 500 domestic and sexual violence services across the UK.
Broken Rainbow UK
Support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people experiencing domestic violence.
The Age UK Group works to improve later life for everyone by providing life-enhancing services and vital support.
Donate to NUJ extra – anyone can donate money to the charity. Members should log in to the website before making a donation to avoid filling in forms.
NUJ extra is registered under the Charities Act (in England and Wales) and is regulated by the Charity Commission. NUJ extra's registration number is 1112489.